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Date of Birth , 1901
Date of Death 1967 (aged 65–66)
Place of Birth Apirede Gold Coast
Country British subject (1901–1957)Ghanaian (1957–1967)
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Clement Anderson Akrofi Biography

Clement Anderson Akrofi is a famous Ghanaian philologist, who was born on , 1901 in Apirede Gold Coast. According to Astrologers, Clement Anderson Akrofi's zodiac sign is .

Clement Anderson Akrofi (1901–1967) was an ethnolinguist, translator and philologist who worked extensively on the structure of the Twi language under the aegis of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.

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Clement Anderson Akrofi was born in Apirede in the Akuapem area of the Eastern Region of Ghana. He belonged to the Guan ethnic group and thus, Twi was not his native language. In 1873, his parents were among the first batch of congregants to join the then newly established Basel Mission Church in Apirede. Akrofi was afflicted by poliomyelitis which led to infantile paralysis and the loss of lower limb movement. He was confined to a wheelchair for his entire life. As a child, he was influenced by the Pietist movement of the Basel missionaries and became actively involved in church activities.

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Akrofi had his primary school education at Apirede followed his middle school education at Akropong. He was then admitted to the Scottish Mission Teacher Training College (Basel Mission Seminary) and trained as a teacher-catechist. During this time, his life philosophy was shaped by the educational ideas Presbyterian Scottish missionaries who replaced the Basel missionaries after their expulsion, as “alien security risk”, by the British colonial government at the beginning of World War I. As many Basel missionaries were either of German or Swiss German origins, the colonial government saw them as political appendages of the German government.

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During his studies at the Akropong seminary, Akrofi came to believe that the intensive study of the Twi language was the most effective way to enhance Christian mission work in the Akan regions of the Gold Coast. His magnum opus, “Twi Kasa Mmara: A Twi Grammar in Twi” was published in 1937 with a foreword written by the Basel missionary, Dietrich Westermann who described Akrofi's work as “an African language being interpreted by an African Scholar writing in his own language.”

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In 1961, during festivities marking her State Visit of Queen Elizabeth II, he was introduced by Ghana's first leader, Kwame Nkrumah as the “Chaucer of our language.” He also revised the Twi Bible using contemporaneous grammar of the 20th century and building upon the 19th century work of the Basel missionary and philologist, Johann Gottlieb Christaller. Some scholars regard Akrofi as the heir to Christaller.

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