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Civilization has taken over the world completely, this more than modern-day evil regarded as civilization has ruined so many things, but yet the majority of us seemed to be loving it that way Ghana is a country filled with prestigious cultural ways and acts.

Among such cultures comes our art and storytelling, our food and our way of dressing which makes us unique among other people, Ghana has a rich tradition of storytelling. Ghanaian folktales and epics glorifying past chiefs are still enjoyed by large audiences in the country. Kwaku Ananse, a spider, is a popular figure of Ghanaian folklore. Ghana also has a rich tradition of graphic art. Ghanaian craftsmen excel at wood carving. Stools representing abstract designs or animals are carved out of large logs. These stools become objects of veneration after the deaths of their owners.

A Ghanaian smock is a plaid shirt that is similar to the dashiki, worn by men in Ghana. There are also female versions of it. The smock is also called Bun-nwↃ or Bana by Mamprusis, fugu or a batakari in the northern region, dansika in Frafra, fugu or Banana in Kusaal both in the upper east region. It is worn by kings in the three northern regions but is now popular across Ghana. The smock originated in the northern region of Ghana, see external links for photos. The smock is not unlike the national attire of Burkina Faso known as faso dan fadiKente is also another Ghanaians cultural and traditional cloth of the Ashantis, but Kente cloth is also worn by the Ewe people, who were under the rule of the Asante kingdom in the late 18th century. It is believed that the Ewe, who had a previous tradition of horizontal loom weaving, adopted the style of kente cloth production from the Asante.

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