Ansan stands for Guinea Fowl, the bird which is obviously displayed in a color-blocking pattern on the fabric. This fowl is a fantastic delicacy in Ghana found in soups and sauces but more popularly recently; grilled as a side order. It’s a shame it’s so lean.
As Ghanaians,there are many ways we display our culture and one of those ways is through our dressing.Our local cloths are either printed or woven and most of these fabrics have names of their own.Below are some Ghanaian fabrics with their local names and meanings. Please before you scroll down to read kindly hit the follow button for more updates. 1. Sika Wo Ataban/Sika Tu Te s3 Anomaa Its translation in English is Money has wings or money flies like a bird. Money indeed flies where it wants to go,it will flee