~ Ghana Languages ~

~ ghana languages ~

Akan (Fante, Asante Twi and Akuapem Twi) Language​

Akan is a Central Tano language and the principal native language of the Akan people of Ghana, spoken over much of the southern half of Ghana by 63% of the population and in Côte d’Ivoire by 41% of the population. only three out of the many varieties of Akan are recognised: Fante, Asante Twi, Akuapem Akan is the most-widely spoken language in Ghana.

THE GA LANGUAGE​

Ga is a Kwa language spoken in Ghana, in and around the capital Accra. It has a phonemic distinction between 3 vowel lengths. Ga is the other Ga–Dangme language within the Kwa branch. Ga is spoken in south-eastern Ghana, in and around the capital Accra.

THE EWE LANGUAGE​

Ewe is a Gbe language, part of the Volta–Niger branch of the Niger–Congo family. The Ewe Language is spoken in Ghana, Togo and Benin with a trace of the language in West Nigeria.[14] Out of the many dialects of Ewe spoken in Ghana, the major ones are Anlo, Tongu, Vedome, Gbi, and Krepi.

THE DAGBANI LANGUAGE​

Dagbani is one of the Gur languages. It belongs to the larger Mole-Dagbani ethnic group found in Ghana and Burkina Faso.It is spoken by Dagombas in the Northern Region of Ghana. Dagbani is a compulsory subject in primary and junior high school in the Dagbon Kingdom, which covers the eastern part of the region. Dagbani is the most widely spoken language in northern Ghana, especially among acephalous tribes overseen by the King of Dagbon, the Ya-Na.

THE DAGAARE LANGUAGE​

Dagbani is one of the Gur languages. It belongs to the larger Mole-Dagbani ethnic group found in Ghana and Burkina Faso.It is spoken by Dagombas in the Northern Region of Ghana. Dagbani is a compulsory subject in primary and junior high school in the Dagbon Kingdom, which covers the eastern part of the region. Dagbani is the most widely spoken language in northern Ghana, especially among acephalous tribes overseen by the King of Dagbon, the Ya-Na.