Ghanaian traditional musician and Griot King Ayisoba seem to have taken a very good observation of what is mistaken as a civilization in the Ghanaian society of today.
Ghanaian parents have mastered the habit of teaching their children how to speak the English language at the expense of their local language which is their ideal identity.
The Kologo legend who hails from the Upper East Region of the country exhorted parents to start practicing the habit of teaching their children how to speak their local language.
“Let’s teach our children to speak our local language, our local language is very important,” he said
Speaking about how he composes his songs which are always unique, he said every song he composes is a story generated from the present happening around his environment and the world at large.
“The type of music I do is reigning everywhere internationally, and I am even third on the world chat,” he said.
These he said in a recent interview on Atinka TV’s morning show, Ghana Nie with Ama Gynefa Ofosu Darkwa.