- Twene Jonas recently made comments about Otumfuo Osei Tutu which got many people asking him to apologise to the king
- In a new video, Twene Jonas has refused to apologise to the Asantehene
- He also rained more insults on other Ghanaian leaders and asked them to fix the country
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Social media sensation, Twene Jonas, popualrly known as Glass Nkoaa, has brushed off suggestions that he should apologise to the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
Twene Jonas has been under pressure to render an apology to the Asantehene after he made remarks about him that have been deemed insulting.
Twene Jonas, in one of his many videos, mentioned the Asante king while blasting Ghanaian chiefs and leaders in his latest rant about galamsey destroying water bodies.
"...Ghana everyone is a thief, they don't speak the truth, including the Asantehene. He couldn't speak the truth but if you watch, he has been listening to me now, hence, he has to speak the truth now," he said.
This was taken by many Ghanaians on social media as derogatory to the Asantehene leading to calls for him to apologise.
But in a new video, Twene Jonas has stated without mincing words that he is not going to apologise to anybody because all leaders are not wise.
'All Ghanaian leaders, from A to Z, are fools and if they want me to stop insulting them, they should make the country better," the adamant Jonas was heard saying.
Speaking further, Twene Jonas stated that those who are asking him to apologise to some chiefs should stop and that any chief who has water bodies in his area polluted by galamsey is also not wise.
"To those who are saying I've insulted your chief, I'm not going to apologise to anybody because once the chief has polluted water bodies in his area, he is a fool.
"If you like, let your chief ensure that the water bodies are clear so you can bring it on Facebook and tell me to exempt that chief from the blasting," he said.
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The new video of Twene Jonas comes after Otumfuo's Nkwantakesehene, Nana Boakye Yaw Ababio, responded to Twene Jonas' rants.
In an interview, Nana Boakye advised Twene Jonas to find ways and means and fly from the U.S to Ghana to come and apologise to the Asantehene.
But it looks like that advice has fallen on deaf ears.
A video has popped up showing the king's subjects lining up to cheer him on as his convoy passed.
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