This is one of the many Adinkra symbols of West Africa, Ghana called AGYINDAWURU meaning “Loyalty. Dawaru means gong in Akan. A gong is as type of percussion musical instrument made out of metal. It is played by striking the metal with a small piece of metal and used to call for attention representing alertness and dutifulness. The symbol is meant to inspire faithfulness and loyal service
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 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.