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University of Cape Coast: Freshman refuses to speak English during interview, Peeps responds

A first-year student at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has sparked backlash online after a video of her went viral.

This comes after she was asked in an interview to answer the questions in the English language.

Surprisingly, the first-year student immediately insisted that she would answer the questions in Twi, her native language.

Attempts by the interviewer to get her to speak English were unsuccessful as she continued to answer the questions in Twi.

She also denied the interviewer's claim that people from Kumasi do not know the English language.

At the time the report was written, the video had over 4,000 likes and brought in 120 comments.

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Ghanaians are praising the young lady

Netizens who watched the video praised the UCC freshman for choosing to express herself in the Twi language.

Glorieboy150k wrote:

Twii naaaaa English is someone's language and it doesn't make you a bad person if you don't speak English na mo agyimi dodo.

#GHpage noticed:

apuu I won't waste my time learning someone's language. Twi is the best, interviewer Wagyimi won't ask that question again

Ike_leeno replied:

You think Ghana is a UCC student who refuses to speak English

eltonakeseowusu stated:

Masa, forget that

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She said some people have even gone so far as to question why she is pursuing a college education at her age.

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