Gospel musician, Diana Asamoah, seems to have found her way into screen goddess and popular Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari‘s hearts with the latter’s new video.
Every ethnic group in Ghana has it flaws when it comes to the correct pronunciations of the English alphabets. For Ashantis it is ‘r and l,’ for the northerners is ‘f’, and for Ga people it is ‘h.’
It is so because of our mother languages we learnt from our childhood, so the English alphabets become very different to pronounced correctly. What am trying to is English is not our language so if someone fails to pronounce a word correctly, he or she hasn’t committed a crime, after all its normal.
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However, that is not so in our country, the latest person to have committed herself is veteran gospel musician Diana Asamoah, while making a submission on a radio interview, mentioned ‘ceceria’ instead of Cecelia, a pronunciation the presenter, amid laughter, corrected.
Miss Buari, in a new social media activity to the shock of fans, decided to mock the gospel musician.
In the video, sighted on Instagram, the actress, using audio from Miss Asamoah’s radio interview, did not disappoint her fans.
Coupled with her stun facial expression, she thrilled her fans with many expressing shock over her accuracy in the local dialect.
Watch the video below: