"Although we are black, people say: '…I don’t like Fantes, I don’t like Ewes.'
"And sometimes, we even take it into marriage, and we insult each other's tribe," he observed, citing an example where “…somebody comes and says: 'I want to marry you. You find out he’s from the wrong tribe. You say: 'I won’t marry you, or your parents say they don’t agree, and you also don’t agree."
"How are you going to be a neighbour if you can’t cross just tribe?" he asked.
"If a Fante cannot marry an Ewe, then can he marry a Cameroonian? I mean this is a short journey, from here to Aflao. Now how about here to Yaounde? How are you going to manage that?" the motivational speaker wondered.