For a very long time, Some Ghanaian have always mispronounced words because the way it may sound.
Burglar Proof is one of these words that over the years someone people are known to mispronounce it as Borga Proof.
Burglary, also called breaking and entering and sometimes housebreaking, is illegally entering a building or other areas to commit a crime.
Burglar proof (burglar proof windows & burglar proof doors) is a material made of metals which is designed to provide security in order to prevent burglar attack at homes or offices.
The burglar proof designs are made of stainless steel, aluminum and other durable materials to make them anti-breakable and impossible to break or destroy.
Protection of property against burglars can include defenses such as anti-climb paint, safety and security window film, lock and key, and burglar alarms.
Now you know the reason for the name Burglar Proof and it correct pronunciation. Don't say Borga Proof again it Burglar Proof.
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