- "Glass nkoaa" has apparently become a phrase used in greetings in some parts of Ghana
- This was affirmed in a video on social media that shows an instance when some old ladies in Ghana exchanged pleasantries with it
- The phrase became popular after Twene Jonas constantly used it in his videos whenever he spotted a building fenced entirely with glass in the U.S.
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An interesting footage has surfaced online showing grandmothers in Ghana exchanging pleasantries with the phrase, "glass nkoaa" which means "only glass".
It appeared in the rib-cracking video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of @86arries that the "glass" being referred to in this case was for drinking.
The particular woman who used the phrase was seen taking some alcoholic beverages with her drinking glass while the drink bottles, also made of glass, were set on a table in front of her.
See the video below:
"Glass nkoaa" has become a popular term on social media in Ghana mainly because of a gentleman named Twene Jonas who resides in the United States.
The musician and movie director has constantly used the term whenever he records footages around buildings fenced entirely with glass in the U.S.
He is also known for "24/7 the system is working", "every one-minute biaa aban bus nam mu", "the police are our friends" and several others.
Meanwhile, Ghana’s remarkable young presenter, Dominic Fobih, has been granted an exciting feature by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) pidgin.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of BBC News Pidgin, the 10-year-old narrated with confidence, how he managed to attain his enviable position at his age.
According to Dominic, his love for football started when he was only six years old and his brother took him to watch a UEFA Champions League game.
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