- Popular Ghanaian feminist, Dela Goldheart Sikadzi, criticised a health worker at Sogakope in the Volta Region for speaking Twi to a patient
- According to Dela, this was not supposed to happen because Twi is not a national language and the woman speaks only Ewe
- She further indicated that the lady should have been paired with another worker who could speak Ewe to the patients
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Dela Goldheart Sikadzi, a popular activist who speaks about feminism, sexism, racism, and tribalism, has generated another buzz on social media with a video she recorded at Sogakope Hospital.
In the footage she shared on her personal Facebook handle, Dela boldly confronted a health worker for speaking Twi to an indigenous Ewe woman who neither understood English nor Twi.
According to Goldheart, this was not supposed to happen especially as Twi is not a national language
The renowned feminist suggested that although an Akan could be posted to serve at a hospital in the Volta Region, she always has to be paired with someone who can speak Ewe and attend to the patients.
Below were some of the comments the video gathered:
Belinda Ann Yehowali said:
Whattttttttttttttttttttttttt. And she had the audacity to talk right back!??? Look at the disrespect!
Sorkpor Che Tsatsu spoke against the 'motion' saying:
There is absolutely nothing wrong with the lady speaking Twi to ur mother. Let's be careful we don't create tribal war with our behaviours. Why don't u film from the beginning of the whole brouhaha? The lady will have called for someone who understands Ewe to help her out after knowing ur mother don't understand Twi and English and well. You could have help ur mother by interpreting what the lady would have said in English.
Away from that, a lady who decided to go anonymous in her submission has suggested that 90% of all married women who cheat on their husbands do so out of dissatisfaction.
In a message to Sir Dickson, a Twitter influencer who shared the message on social media, the lady evidenced that she had been part of a secret WhatsApp group for women where many confessions were made.
According to her, most of the married women complained they never got satisfied in bed with their husbands and always wanted a way out of that.
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Source: Yen Ghana