Video: Why Ghanaians are shy to pronounce vjayjay in Twi as ɛtwɛ unlike Europeans – Prophet Kumchacha quizzes

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Ghanaians as a people are something else as they don’t appreciate and value their very own custom and traditions especially in the areas of language. Remember that Ghanaian kids are punished at school when they speak in their mother languages.

But as the saying goes, “a nation without a language is non-existent. When you lose your language, you lose your identity”. So, it’s no surprise that Ghanaians as a people have lost their identity, dignity and pride to the Europeans.

Well, the leader and founder of Heavens Gate Charpel, Prophet Nicholas Osei aka Prophet Kumchacha has bemoaned the rate at which Ghanaians undermine their languages especially Twi. According to the man on God in a viral footage sighted by, he can’t understand why Ghanaians are shy to pronounce vagina in Twi dialect comparably to the Europeans.

Remember that Europeans are always confident when talking about their sexuality not excluding the organs but the same thing cannot be said about Ghanaians. The cantankerous man of God further mentioned that people always question why a person of his calibre should make reference to stuff about women.

But to the best of his knowledge, there’s nothing wrong with being plain and blunt about realities of life. He advised that as Europeans are real in their endeavours, it’s high time Ghanaians considered emulating such lifestyle.

Watch footage below:


I would have K!ll a lot if it was my son - Kasoa men brɛαks silence after Fɛtish priestess arrɛst

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