These days it is not strange to meet white people in Ghana who speak twi slightly. Even their slight fluency impresses Ghanaians greatly as learning another nation's language or dialect is very hard to do.
Popular musician and controversial social media personality, Mzbel has coincidentally stumbled into a white man who speaks twi fluently.
Mzbel narrates that she was walking in the streets in the UK with a male friend who is a Ghanaian. As they spoke they heard someone from behind telling them to come to him. When they turned they saw a white man and were astonished that he could speak Twi.
The man proceeded to impress Mzbel even further as he spoke twi even better than the indigenous Ghanaians. He then went on to reveal that he was born in Ghana to a Ghanaian mother and a Greek father. He adds that he spent most of his life in Ghana and only moved to the United Kingdom 9 years ago.
The white man who revealed his name as John Akwasi continued to school Mzbel and charm her with his personality. He further reveals that he is married to a Voltarian and they both reside in the UK permanently.
Mzbel however joked that she would like to have half-cast children with him and he played along with the joke. Their interaction wrapped up with him advising Mzbel to stay away from the social media fight that she is known for.
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