Youtuber Wode Maya Shows A Ghana Town In Ivory Coast Where They Speak Ghanaian Languages

Youtuber Wode Maya Shows A Ghana Town In Ivory Coast Where They Speak Ghanaian Languages

  • It is said that you will find a Ghanaian everywhere you go in the world, it is therefore not surprising to find Ghanaians in Ivory Coast
  • However, it is somehow surprising to realise that there is an area in Ivory Coast occupied by Ghanaians referred to as the 'Village of Ghana'
  • The people there living there are all Ghanaians, mostly from the Central and Western Regions of Ghana

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A video shared by a popular Ghanaian YouTuber, Wode Maya, showed a community in Ivory Coast where Ghanaians have made a home and speak local languages.

In the video, they indicated that the area is called the ‘Village of Ghana’. He disclosed that everybody who lives there is from Ghana.

When Wode Maya got to the village, most of the people there spoke Fante or Ahanta. Those he spoke to admitted being Ghanaians and mostly from Coastal areas in the Central and Western regions of Ghana.

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Village of Ghana in Ivory Coast
Parts of the 'village of Ghana' in Ivory Coast Photo credits: Wode Maya Source: YouTube
Source: Youtube

Some of the people there are into fishing since the village is closer to the beach, and there are traders who sell various items.

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Even though some of them were born in Ivory Coast, they had Ghanaian parents and have travelled to Ghana several times to visit their family back home.

Their building wooden buildings and aluminum roofing look similar to houses along the coast or on river banks in Ghana.

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Meanwhile, a house built for Dr. Kwame Nkrumah to live in when he visits his folks at Half Assini has been left to rot.

The roofs have all been removed, and the walls look so dirty.

The building is located along the coast at Half Assini.

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