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You can’t get lost in Ghana if you speak Twi – George Quaye

Ghanaian entertainer, media character, performer, and correspondences proficient, George Quaye underlined that paying little heed to where an individual is in Ghana, they can be handily distinguished by the Twi language.

Quaye kept up with that Twi is generally spoken across Ghana, regardless of a person's social foundation. He communicated his conviction that speaking Twi guarantees clear correspondence without mistaken assumptions.

During his appearance on Hitz FM, Quaye explained that he wasn't demonizing different dialects but instead featuring the irrefutable truth that Twi is spoken by a larger part of Ghanaians. He expressed solidly, "Twi is a generally communicated in language; it's obviously true's that can't be contended.

Regardless of how new you might feel, Twi stays an ordinarily communicated in language, and this isn't to ignore different dialects."


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