The Ashantis are known for their rich culture and wealthiness whilst the Ewes are known for their fair and beautiful ladies, well educated and fluency among others which many attest to. Both tribes are known for having a similar culture that makes them unique from other tribes. They all put on kente during different occasions such as festivals, funeral rites and others.
However, there is an unending war that has been handed over from generation between the Ewes and Ashantis. Funny enough, things mostly go sour where people of less understanding from these two tribe meet and allow ego to take over.
Twitter Ghana got flooded with some funny comparison between the Ewes and the Ashantis as everyone defends his or her tribe with the goods forgetting the vices which are apparent. The main idea behind this trend is, "between the Ewes and the Ashantis who contribute more to Ghana's development".
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