Aggaroo has choosen to use these African Adinkra symbols as they truly express our values and purpose.

symbol WOFORO DUA PA A
“When You Climb a Good Tree” – support, cooperation and encouragement.
From the expression “Woforo dua pa a, na yepia wo” meaning “When you climb a good tree, you are given a push”. More metaphorically, it means that when you work for a good cause, you will get support.
symbol BOA ME NA ME MMOA WO
“Help Me and Let Me Help You” – cooperation and interdependence.
symbol ESE NE TEKREMA
“The Teeth and The Tongue” – friendship and interdependence.
The teeth and the tongue play interdependent roles in the mouth. They may come into conflict, but they need to work together.
symbol BESE SAKA
“Sack of Cola Nuts” – affluence, power, abundance, plenty, togetherness and unity.
The cola nut played an important role in the economic life of Ghana. A widely-used cash crop, it is closely associated with affluence and abundance. This symbol also represents the role of agriculture and trade in bringing peoples together.