Datapoint Ghanaian Pidgin English/Going to named places

It seems that the use of the preposition (< for) is predominantly found in older speakers.

Values

Serial verb Frequency: 38.5%

Example 16-109:
ì no bì dat wuman we ì travɛl go ʤɛmani kam?
ì
3sg
no
neg
cop
dat
dem
wuman
woman
we
comp
ì
3sg
travɛl
travel
go
go
ʤɛmani
Germany
kam?
come
Isn't it that woman who travelled to Germany and came back?
Confidence:
Very certain

No adpositional/case marking Frequency: 38.5%

Example 16-111:
à wan go ɳaŋki
à
1sg
wan
want
go
go
ɳaŋki
Yankee
I want to go to the U.S.
Confidence:
Very certain

Preposition Frequency: 23.1%

Example 16-110:
à go fɔ mankɛsim, à gò slip dɛ; dɛn debrek à go fɔ kumasi
à
1sg
go
go
for
mankɛsim,
Mankessim
à
1sg
fut
slip
sleep
dɛ;
there
dɛn
then
debrek
daybreak
à
1sg
go
go
for
kumasi
Kumasi
I (will) go to Mankessim and will sleep there. The next day I (will) go to Kumasi.
Confidence:
Very certain