- Founder and Leader of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare has backed some claims made by Twene Jonas
- According to him, the system overseas is truly working 24/7 with seriousness
- He cited examples of how measures were put in place to ensure that they complied with every COVID-19 protocol
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Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, the founder and leader of Perez Chapel International, has taken a video whilst embarking on a walk in London.
In the video that is beginning to make waves on social media, the renowned Ghanaian Christian leader joined famous social media sensation, Twene Jonas, with proof that 'the system overseas is working 24/7'.
The bishop explained that immediately he touched down with his family, they were given an order to self-isolate for some time before they can go out.
See the full video below:
And every day after that, they received a call from the authorities to find out whether they were complying with the directive and which other developments they had.
According to Bishop Agyin-Asare, on one of the days after the directive was issued, a representative was sent to them to make sure that their claims of complying were actually true.
Twene Jonas is yet to react to the video but as is characteristic of him, it is likely that he will make a comment about this once he gets the chance to make his next video.
Meanwhile, a gentleman from Ghana living in the United States has made a video to counter Twene Jonas who became famous for creating videos to suggest that the United States is just another version of heaven on earth.
In the footage that is currently going viral, the young man whose name is not disclosed recorded the surroundings of a province in New York city called Bronx.
In the video, rubbish could be seen scattered on the floor with the streets looking really dirty, suggesting that they had not been cleaned or attended to in a long time.
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