This is one of the many Adinkra symbols of West Africa, Ghana called BI NKA BI – Meaning no one should bite the other” symbol of peace and harmony. This symbol cautions against provocation and strife. The image is based on two fish biting each other tails.
This is one of the many Adinkra symbols of West Africa, Ghana called AKOFENA meaning “sword of war“ symbol of courage, valor, and heroism. In addition to recognizing courage and valor, the swords can represent legitimate state authority.
Fit & style
This solid crewneck tee keeps you comfortable throughout your day and works great as a stand-alone or layering option.
Can easily be paired with a variety of bottoms for casual everyday wear.
Made from a soft, cotton-blend fabric,
Regular Fit Short-Sleeve Crew-Neck T-Shirt from Goodfellow & Co™
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This is one of the many Adinkra symbols of West Africa, Ghana called DWENNIMMEN meaning “ram’s horns. Symbol of humility together with strength. The ram will fight fiercely against an adversary, but it also submits humbly to slaughter, emphasizing that even the strong need to be humble.
This is one of the many Adinkra symbols of West Africa, Ghana called GYE NYAME – meaning Except God which symbolize God’s omnipotence through the knowledge that people should not fear anything except for God. It is by far the most popular for use in various decorations, clothing, and artwork.