“Stop Sounding Ignorant!” -Berla Mundi Lashes Out On Fan Who Says Anyone Who Can’t Speak “Twi” Should Be Ashamed

 


Award-winning TV host Berla Mundi scolded a supporter for being uninformed.

Anyone who is unable to speak the regional tongue known as "twi" should be ashamed of themselves, the Twitter fan claimed.

If you are a Ghanaian and cannot properly speak Asante twi, you should be ashamed of yourself. Because they are mocked more than the female Fantes, the male Fantes are even studying Twi. Speaking like you're from the United States The good news is that I'm getting closer to perfecting my twi. Kumasi is Ghana, he claimed on Twitter. 

Berla Mundi responded, telling him to stop being so ignorant. She emphasized that since she is from Greater Accra, "twi" is not her native tongue and that she should not be made fun of because of this

"Stop coming out as naive! Twi is not the only regional tongue in Ghana. Since Ga is my mother tongue, I would speak it more naturally than any other local vernacular. Now get out of here! She replied. While some people agreed with her, others believed that everyone should be able to speak twi fluently, regardless of their ethnic background.

Akan, Ewe, Ga, Dagaare, and Dagbani are among the most widely spoken among Ghana's 50 indigenous languages, with English serving as the country's official language. Only 11 of these languages are taught in schools, and only a few are used on radio and television. The Akan is the most widely used dialect here (twi). It is used by the majority of radio and TV stations to provide information to the general public. Some stations also air telenovelas at midnight.

Maybe that's why the tweep says that anyone who doesn't speak it well should feel ashamed. How do you feel?


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Source: Ghpage.com

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