Ohene ko hia -The king is gone to the harem.
M'akoma mu tofe -My sweetheart
My Hands are Blessed
Huhuuhu nye me hu - Rumors do not scare me
Nea kyiniie si ne so ne ohene -He who has umbrella over his head is the king.
Obakofo mmu oman -One person does not rule a nation.
Sika tu se anommaa -Money flies like a bird
Suukuu nko na nyansa nko -Attending school does not mean that one would be wise.
Dea emmaa da eno ne dea yennhunu na yennte bi da -What is novel is what we have not seen and heard before.
Can you tell what the pink cloth [above] is called -from its symbols? Nor can I. Read, Dr.George F. Kojo Arthur's extensive work about our, Adinkra, Kente, Kente Motifs, Wax & Non Wax Prints, Asafo Flags and Akunintam cloths -and their symbolic meanings -as part of his 'Akan Cultural Symbols Project' -and order his exciting book on the above subject called, 'Cloth As Metaphor' -( cataloguing over 700 Adinkra symbols, their variations and discuses the various themes encoded in the texts of proverbs, aphorisms and other verbal expressions related to these symbols) -from: www.marshall.edu/akanart/