Ghana is one of the Anglophone countries in the west Africa. It is not only Ghana which is an Anglophone country but Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, the Gambia and some part of Cameroon. When we talk of an Anglophone country, it simply means, belonging to an English speaking population especially in a country where two or more languages are spoken.
Tribes in Ghana that speaks most fluent English has been ranked base on how they speak and reacts on televisions. As the adage goes "the one who wants doesn't get, but the one who does not want get it".
The list down below are the most best English speaking tribes in Ghana;
1. The Ashanti's are ranked first, this is because most anchors who host popular morning shows on TVs are the Ashantis. Also they are known for how they expressed themselves.
2. The Fante's are ranked second. Others think they are the best, as they think they can't construct a sentence in their native language without an English word.
3. The Voltarians came up third. This is because, because of their native language they can't speak English well.
4. The Ga Adangbes are on the forth spot followed by the Northerners, Easterners and the westerners respectively.
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