Only irresponsible Ghanaians listen to Twene Jonas – Mark Okraku-Mantey

Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mark Okraku-Mantey, expressed his belief that responsible citizens should not pay attention to Twene Jonas, a controversial Ghanaian social commentator based in the United States.

In an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, he emphasized the importance of promoting Ghana in a positive light to boost tourism.

Okraku-Mantey encouraged Ghanaians to take an interest in positively showcasing the country when speaking about it.

Twene Jonas has gained a significant following by criticizing the current government using harsh language on his Facebook account.

However, the Deputy Minister believes that it is unnecessary to focus on the country’s weaknesses and instead, individuals should use their platforms to highlight the positive aspects of Ghana.

He warned against emulating Twene Jonas’ approach and urged people to speak well of their country.

Despite the possibility of a response from Twene Jonas, Okraku-Mantey stated that he is prepared for it, as he believes he has spoken the truth.

He emphasized that it is the responsibility of every patriotic citizen to promote their country positively.

By using their platforms to sell Ghana and speak positively about it, individuals can contribute to the growth of tourism and the overall development of the country.


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