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BESE SAKA (bag of kola nuts)

Symbol of Affluence, Abundance and Unity

ADINKRAHENE Chief of the Adinkra Symbols

AKOMA Symbol of love, Patience and Tolerance

ODWAN MMEN ( Horns of a sheep)

Symbol of Humility Together with Strength

AKOMA NTOASO Symbol of Understanding and Agreement

MPATAPO Symbol/Knot of Reconciliation

ANANSE NTENNTAN (Spider’s web) Symbol of Wisdom and Creativity

ESE NE TEKYEREMA

DUAFE (Wooden comb) Symbol of Beauty and Cleanliness; Symbols of Desirable Feminine qualities

EPA (Handcuffs) Symbol of Law and Justice, Slavery and Captivity

(The teeth and the tongue)

Symbol of Friendship and Interdependence

PEMPIASE Symbol of readiness

‘HE WHO DOES NOT KNOW CAN KNOW FROM LEARNING’

Symbol of knowledge

AKOBEN (War horn) Symbol of Vigilance and War

HWEMU DUA (Measuring stick) Symbol of Evaluation

GYE NYAME (Except God) Symbol of the Supremacy of God



ADINKRA ACCENTS