Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff- Puff ,  which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei) , Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. The basic ingredient consists of: flour, sugar, yeast, water, salt and oil for …

Puff-Puff

Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff- Puff , which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei) , Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. The basic ingredient consists of: flour, sugar, yeast, water, salt and oil for …

Ghanaian Naming Ceremony #quotes #about #quotes http://quote.remmont.com/ghanaian-naming-ceremony-quotes-about-quotes/  Ghanaian Naming Ceremony GHANAIAN NAMING CEREMONY: When asked “Wo den de sen ?” Translated; “What is your name? ” by responding with your name you are easily identifiable as being born on a certain day also of your order of birth. Let’s not forget about the all important naming ceremony. After an Akan baby is […]

Ghanaian Naming Ceremony #quotes #about #quotes http://quote.remmont.com/ghanaian-naming-ceremony-quotes-about-quotes/ Ghanaian Naming Ceremony GHANAIAN NAMING CEREMONY: When asked “Wo den de sen ?” Translated; “What is your name? ” by responding with your name you are easily identifiable as being born on a certain day also of your order of birth. Let’s not forget about the all important naming ceremony. After an Akan baby is […]

The Ashanti tribe of Ghana have for centuries produced a fabric named  Adinkra that is stamped or printed with ancient symbols. The cloth is worn  by Ghanaians on special occasions like festivals, weddings and funerals.

West African Symbols

The Ashanti tribe of Ghana have for centuries produced a fabric named Adinkra that is stamped or printed with ancient symbols. The cloth is worn by Ghanaians on special occasions like festivals, weddings and funerals.

Adinkra symbols (Ghanaian Symbols) - some of the many symbols the African culture use for stamping motifs onto their fabric they have.

Adinkra symbols (Ghanaian Symbols) - some of the many symbols the African culture use for stamping motifs onto their fabric they have.

Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff- Puff ,  which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei) , Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. The basic ingredient consists of: flour, sugar, yeast, water, salt and oil for …

Puff-Puff

Most West African countries are familiar with the popular street food Puff- Puff , which is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei) , Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. The basic ingredient consists of: flour, sugar, yeast, water, salt and oil for …

Kaba nyanga ~DKK ~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

Kaba nyanga ~DKK ~African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, African women dresses, African prints, African men's fashion, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion.

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