I now control the chiefs in Ghana - Twene Jonas drops more fire

I now control the chiefs in Ghana - Twene Jonas drops more fire

- Twene Jonas has taken another swipe at some chiefs

- According to him, he now controls the chiefs in the country

- The young critic has been trending all because of his excessive attacks on some leaders

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US-based Ghanian vlogger, Twene Jonas, is not ready to end his attacks on some chiefs in the country.

The Ghanaian has been trending for the past week following his views on illegal mining (galamsey).

The young critic incurred the wrath of many over his alleged attacks on the Asantehene and other chiefs.

I now control the chiefs in Ghana - Twene Jonas drops more fire
I now control the chiefs in Ghana - Twene Jonas drops more fire (Photo credit: Instagram/Sweet Maame Adwoa)
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Twene Jonas mentioned Otumfuo whilst blasting Ghanaian chiefs and leaders in his latest rant about galamsey destroying water bodies.

"Even the Asantehene said if you are a chief and give people land to illegally mine in return of goat then it's over to you," he said.

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In the viral video, he continued that, "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."

Now, in his latest Facebook live, Twene Jonas has taken another swipe at some chiefs who have been allowing galamsey in their community.

According to Twene Jonas, he now controls the chief and he will be attacking them until they stop the illegal mining.

Meanwhile, a new video showing a man recording Twene Jonas as he walked the United States of America streets has popped up online.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Twene Jonas was seen wearing what looked like winter clothes as he walked on the streets.

Twene Jonas could be seen going on his usual rants about poor leadership in Ghana coupled with many developmental issues the country was facing.

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He was seen holding his phone in front of him as he made gestures to make his point clear to his thousands of followers.

However, the man recording the video of Jonas could be heard insulting him and saying he looked dirty.

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