An elder sister of the US-based Ghanaian social media activist, Twene Jonas, has raised the alarm that her brother has suddenly gone missing after President Akufo-Addo visited the US.
In a video monologue, the lady who calls herself Nana Hemaa, accuses the President and a host of New Patriotic Party (NPP) minions, including Hopeson Adorye, of abducting the Freedom Fighters activist who has been very critical of the Akufo-Addo government.
“Whether you like it or not you will produce Twene Jonas. Twene Jonas will never be declared missing. Wherever you have taken him, you must produce him. We were minding our business when you chartered a jet, 15,000 euro per hour and stormed America here. Mr. President, when you were coming, you did not inform Ghanaians because you had planned to come and abduct Twene Jonas. If anything happens to Twene Jonas, I hold you Akufo-Addo, and your NPP accountable,” she fired.
According to Nana Hemaa who is also based in the US, since President Akufo-Addo was seen visiting the Headquarters of social media microblogging company, Facebook, his brother has suddenly gone missing.
And curiously, Twene Jonas became incommunicado after Hopeson Adorye, an NPP chieftain had begun circulating on social media that Twene Jonas had been deported from the US.
Jonas’ sister is accusing the Akufo-Addo government of being murderously apprehensive towards dissent.
“This is the same way you killed Kaaka. Kaaka had campaigned for you NPP, Akufo-Addo murdered killed 9 people, and Ahmed Suale has added to the tally, Kaaka has added to the tally too. Twene Jonas will not add up to the tally,” she warned.
She reveals she has already notified the US Police about her brother’s sudden disappearance, saying she has however been advised to hold on for some time and start a full case if Jonas does not return soon.
Meanwhile, she reveals that when Akufo-Addo visited the California head office of Facebook, he requested for the accounts of #FixTheCountry and the Freedom Fighters to be shut down but that Facebook refused, saying the request is intrusive.