BREAKING: Twene Jonas deported from US; video evidence


US-based Ghanaian, Twene Jonas has deported from America after some gurus in government went after him in the States.

Twene Jonas has been in the news for a while now after a campaign against the NPP government on the economic hardships in Ghana.


He was recently captured in a video insulting Chiefs who supervise and support activities of small scale miners to the detriment of their localities.

The U.S Ghanaian based vlogger is widely known for his controversial sentiments over the ill-governance of the leaders in Ghana. In all his submissions, Twene Jonas charges the government to “reason like the US government for the progress of the country”.


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However, it seems the social commentator has bitten more than he can chew.

Hopeson Adorye and Ernest Kofi Owusu Bempah who happens to be the convenors of the ‘fixing the country’ movement in live video in the United States last week claimed that Jonas has been sacked from his workplace and had gone into hiding after he was marked for deportation.

Hopeson Adorye also claimed that he had been led to where Jonas was staying and that contrary to his claims that he was living a good life, Jonas was actually a squatter in the US.

In conformation that Twene Jonas has been deported, American-based rapper, Saydadon who happens to be a close confidant of Jonas could be seen angry and demanding the whereabouts of his friend in a video.

He noted that he has not seen Jonas in a while and when he tries calling Jonas, he does not answer his calls.

Saydadon therefore noted that he has given President Akufo-Addo two days to produce Twene Jonas or else he is coming to Ghana to rescue Jonas.

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