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“Give your life to Christ”: Twene Jonas blasts Otumfuo for joining Freemason

US-based Ghanaian socialite Twene Jonas has once again sparked controversy with his recent critique, this time targeting the revered Ashanti king, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

In a viral video circulating on social media, Twene Jonas vehemently admonished Otumfuo for his affiliation with the secretive society of Freemasonry, urging him to “give his life to Christ.”

Twene Jonas, in a video making rounds online, stated that it is not befitting for a King of such status to be engaged with such associations and be proud of it.

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In his opinion, Otumfuo Osei Tutu is a model and should conduct himself as such and not join such associations, which he (Twene Jonas) declared as a cult.

He, thus, entreated the Asantehene to revoke his membership with Freemason and give his life to Christ.

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This comes after Freemasons from Ghana and around the world gathered in Kumasi on Saturday, May 25, to honor the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Grand Patron of the Grand Lodge of Ghana.

The event brought together prominent Freemasons to celebrate a figure who holds a significant position both in traditional leadership and within the Masonic community.

The Asantehene, known within the Grand Lodge as Most Worshipful Bro Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, was recognized for two momentous milestones.

This year marks his 25th anniversary on the Golden Stool, a symbol of his leadership and influence in the Asante Kingdom. Additionally, he is commemorating 25 years of dedicated service and membership in Freemasonry.

The dual celebration highlighted the Asantehene’s unique role in bridging cultural and fraternal traditions.

His leadership in both realms has fostered unity and mutual respect, reflecting the core values of Freemasonry. The event underscored his contributions to both the Asante Kingdom and the broader Masonic fraternity.

The gathering took place at the Bro Otumfuo Sir Agyemang Prempeh II Masonic Hall, a venue named in honor of another distinguished Asante leader and Freemason.

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Simon Kabutey
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