'Allow Me To Speak My Twi Language, I Can't Force Myself To Speak A Foreign Language' — Actress Rosemond Brown 'Fires' Her Critics

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Actress Rosemond Brown

Ghanaian young Kumawood actress, Rosemond Brown has expressed disappointment in Ghanaians who always look down on the local language but welcomes English which was brought by the British.
Ghanaians are making this English language a must for everyone who appears in the sky as a star to speak fluent English.

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According to Rosemond Brown, it is 100% okay to hear herself speak the Ghanaian language because there’s nowhere you will see a British being flopped for speaking English or forced to speak Ghanaian language as we do in our country–flopping students when spotted speaking vernacular.
She, however, stated that the fact that she speaks Ghanaian language doesn’t mean she cannot speak good English.

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“I can speak very good English but I feel comfortable speaking Twi.
I’m a Ghanaian, I’m an Akan, I speak Twi. I was raised up with Akuapem Twi… I was taught the English in school, it is not my mother tongue language.

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Why should I force myself with a foreign language? The whites speak their language not ours, so why do I have to focus on that?
I can speak very good English, I can try me and you will see,” She said.

Nana Asempa

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