Kinaata Shades KKD Again About English Names

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Ghanaian artiste, Kofi Kinaata conceived Martin King Arthur has reacted to the moving questionable articulation that ‘Africans with English names are intellectually subjugated’.

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The explanation which was made by praised telecaster, Kwasi Kyei Darkwah prominently known as KKD said it’s the ideal opportunity for the individuals of Ghana bearing English names to free themselves from mental servitude.

Reacting to the assertion made by KKD on Kastle Drive with Amansan Krakye observed by NewsTodayGh.com, Kofi Kinaata said the vast majority of his relatives have begun giving their youngsters nearby names however different than those with English names are intellectually subjugated.

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He addressed “Yeah but for some of us the English names are our surname because our grandparents came from England so there’s nothing we can do about it. It’s the name given to us by our forefathers that has spiritual connotations so it’s impossible to change it.

“We came to meet these English names yet over the long haul we will give nearby Fante names to our kids yet clearly we need to add the family name which is King-Arthur. The vast majority of my relatives have quit giving their youngsters English names yet concerning the last name which is King-Arthur it would keep on existing,” he added on Kastle FM.

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Kofi Kinaata told the host Amansan Krakye that “So I would state that it’s a wellspring of pride to bear a neighborhood native name yet a few of us our grandparents were from England so our name will stay forever. It doesn’t imply that having an English name means having a subjection mindset.”

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