Title Ghana: 1. Are people of the Akims ethnic group in Ghana likely to speak Twi and/or Hausa? 2. Are these languages likely to have different accents according to where a person originates from or has been living? 3. Do any ethnic groups in South Africa speak Twi and/or Hausa? 4. Are police in Ghana likely to assist a homosexual who has been the subject of an assault? Would they investigate the death of a homosexual who died due to injuries received during an assault?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 6 October 2010
Country Ghana
Topics Akan | Minorities | Police | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol GHA37464
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Ghana: 1. Are people of the Akims ethnic group in Ghana likely to speak Twi and/or Hausa? 2. Are these languages likely to have different accents according to where a person originates from or has been living? 3. Do any ethnic groups in South Africa speak Twi and/or Hausa? 4. Are police in Ghana likely to assist a homosexual who has been the subject of an assault? Would they investigate the death of a homosexual who died due to injuries received during an assault?, 6 October 2010, GHA37464, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f44edf12.html [accessed 18 December 2014]
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