A video of a Whiteman in London claiming he is called Kofi Asante has gone viral on the internet. The man was dressed in a full kente cloth with made most Ghanaian social media users wowed him. He was being interviewed by a man and a woman who also Ghanaians.
The man name was Kweku Hene but the woman didn’t disclose her name. Kwaku made it known to Obronni Kofi Asante that he was from Accra but born in Brakwa. Kofi Asante fascinatingly corrected Kweku Ohene that he wasn’t from Accra but rather Brakwa since he was born there.
Kofi went on to say that he was from Kwadaso as at that time he was called Kofi Asante. He said he is called Kofi because he was born on a Friday and the name Asante came about because he once lived in Kwadaso.
Amazingly he said he left Ghana in 1988 and has never returned but his Twi was clear and precise. He said in his stay in Ghana he could speak Hausa, Ga, and Krobo and he can longer speak them because he has nobody to speak with.
He said he could still speak the Asante Twi because there Asante people in London he often meets and speaks with them.
Below is the link to the video
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