Ghanaian ‘Twi’ language featured in Hollywood horror series

Ghanaian ‘Twi’ language featured in Hollywood horror series

Ghanaian Twi language has finally found itself popular in America as it has been featured in a Hollywood horror series “Sleepy Hollow”.

In a viral video sighted by, one of the major characters in the movie is captured reading some incantation in the Twi language which was written on a piece of paper to break a spell.

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Ghanaian ‘Twi’ language featured in Hollywood horror series

What made the viral video so hilarious and interesting is the fact that Nicole Beharie (who was the one reading from the paper) wasn’t able to pronounce the words well enough making her sound very funny.

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Watch the scene from the series below…

The horror series is reported to be aired on Fox.

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Twi is a dialect of the Akan language spoken in southern and central Ghana by several million people, mainly of the Akan tribe, the biggest of the about 17 major tribes in Ghana and forms some 70% of the Ghanaian population as a first and second language.

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