- Ghanaian social media activist, Twene Jonas, has said that people have been offering to pay him to keep quiet about the state of affairs in Ghana
- According to Jonas, he is putting Ghana first in his advocacy and nobody can pay him enough to shut up
- It appears that Twene Jonas is beginning to face stern opposition as a result of his calls for Ghana's leaders to fix the country
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Twene Jonas, a sensational Ghanaian social media activist who resides in the United States has said that he has been receiving calls offering to pay him to keep quiet.
In one of his most recent videos sighted by YEN.com.gh on his YouTube channel, Twene Jonas indicated with passion that he was never going to have any of that.
According to him, he is putting Ghana first in the strong advocacy he is embarking on and nobody can pay him enough from Ghana to stop doing that.
Watch from 8:55 minutes in the video sighted below:
This is not the only challenge the young man has reported to be facing as a result of his relentless advocacy for Ghana's leaders to fix the country.
As YEN.com.gh recently reported, Twene Jonas has been cursed by a resident of the Ashanti Region for reportedly insulting the King of the Asante Kingdom, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
Twene Jonas, who is resident in the United States, was sighted on one of his social media handles, condemning chiefs for losing the war against illegal mining.
Away from that, a responsible and kind-hearted Ghanaian man identified simply as Mr Afful has been able to single-handedly save a man who was hit by a trailer and abandoned.
Narrating the story in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the victim whose name is Tyna Duamorson indicated that the trailer hit him from behind and landed him in two ditches.
When the incident occurred the morning of May 25, 2021, the trailer sped off but fortunately for Tyna, Mr Afful was on the route doing his usual morning jogging and witnessed what happened.
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Source: Yen Newspaper