Aggaroo has choosen to use these African Adinkra symbols as they truly express our values and purpose.
|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.
|BOA ME NA ME MMOA WO
“Help Me and Let Me Help You” – cooperation and interdependence.
|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.
“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.