Ghanaians need Jobs and not Prisons and Cathedral – Twene Jonas tells Nana Addo and Church of Pentecost

Twene Jonas, better known as ‘glass nkoa,’ a social commentator and government critic, has once again blasted the church of Pentecost as well as President Nana Addo.

As a result, Twene Jonas has blasted the Pentecost Church’s leadership for erecting a prison camp in Ejura when the rest of their members are living in poverty, starving, and going hungry.

Twene Jonas insisted that what ordinary Ghanaians require are work, not a jail or a national cathedral.

Know that President Akufo Addo is still committed to constructing a cathedral for Ghanaians, despite the fact that many critical Ghanaians oppose the cathedral project.

To the best of his understanding, the starving masses can be seen all over the world. As a result, rather than focusing on building cathedrals, the church should focus on alleviating poverty in the region.

In a recall, the Church of Pentecost, led by Chairman Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has constructed an ultra-modern jail to assist in the decongestion of prisoners in Ghana’s majority of jails.

The Ejura Prison in Ghana’s Ashanti Region is one of several prisons that the church aims to build around the country.

It is well-furnished, as shown by photos posted on social media, which has a stunning sports center, dining space, and kitchen, among other amenities.

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