By Gifty Arthur
Actress Yvonne Nelson, has revealed that even though she is partly Ga, she deliberately didn’t learn the dialect for obvious reason.
The leggy actress, has not hidden the fact that she is very close to her mother, than she was to her late father.
It is unclear what the problem was, but Yvonne says growing up, she could have learned the Ga language, but she intentionally didn’t because of the frosty relationship she had with her father.
Speaking on ‘Mcbrown Kitchen’ show last Sunday, the ‘Single and Married’ actress, said she speaks more Fante, which is her mother’s dialect.
Yvonne, who got a little close to her father at the latter part of his life before his demise in 2017, said if it happens that there is a competition and she is asked to choose, she would represent Central Region, ahead of Greater Accra Region.
The mother of one, who was born and bred in Accra though reconciled with her father before his death, didn’t attend the funeral.
This, Herald gathered, was because she was heavily pregnant with her daughter, Ryn Roberts, and didn’t want people to see her in that state.