Twi (pronounced ‘chwee’ [tÉ•Ê·i]) is a language spoken in Ghana by about 7 million people. It is one of the three dialects of the Akan language, the others being Akuapem Twi and Fante, which in turn belongs to the Kwa language family. Within Ghana, Twi is spoken in the Ashanti Region and in parts of the Eastern, Western, Central, Volta and Brong Ahafo Regions.
Twi is an absoulutely beautiful language I was SO fortunate to attend a mass in, just by chance, in Steffanskirken this sunday, I had no idea that the Danish State Church was THAT spacious.
I haven’t cried since. Alice Taylor R.I.P. (now a tear is making a feeble attempt at working it’s way to the tear canal, but the force is with me, I’m strong! You be strong too, follow the white light).