- Twene Jonas has descended on Ghanaian leaders once more, saying that the Chinese are given the chance to take advantage of the country
- According to Jonas, the Chinese mine gold illegally from Ghana, destroy the water bodies and make a lot of money from the venture
- He stated that after that is done, Ghanaians then go back to them to beg for part of that money as loan
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Sensational Ghanaian social media activist, Twene Jonas, has caused another heat up on social media with a strong assertion that the Chinese have been taking great advantage of Ghanaians.
In a video that was shared on his verified Instagram handle, the US-based Ghanaian influencer stated that the Asians destroy river bodies through their illegal mining activities.
"After that, they take away your gold and make a lot of money out of it, some of which you later line up to take back from them in the form of loans," he said.
See the video below:
Hundreds of Ghanaians have been expressing their opinions on this.
This is a serious REVOLUTION the unborn kids will come see your videos and applaud you!
Bro I feel your pain. The gymii is uncountable . The birds are our friends
True plus we are cursed and lazy
21prinzgh, however, attacked Twene Jonas in the words:
U dis Man U no get sense small kraaaa Now u go abroad so u talk Ghana matter basaa. Whatever u do u be Ghanaian
In another report, students in a basic school that is located in the Obuasi West Constituency have launched a massive protest against their leaders in the municipality.
Sharing a video of the incident on social media, an influential Twitter user named @JMbapeppy indicated that the students were at the municipal office attempting to seek redress to their poor educational infrastructure.
According to @JMbapeppy, there are several schools in the Obuasi West Constituency that have extremely poor infrastructure with the school that went on the protest, being just one of many.
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