Textiles in Ghana
Textiles in Ghana

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Textiles in Ghana

3.4 Training to make adinkra

Activity 10

Once you’ve watched the video, make a few notes on how the makers of adinkra train.

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My father started in 1928, now he’s still working. He’s still alive now. He has been working for more than 60 years. When I am going to school, after classes, I came and helped him because when he dies, we are going to represent him, so that the work will not go off. It exists.
So we have to follow him by his rules, his laws, any order he give to us, we have to obey. Because he is the boss. When he say, ….. again, nobody will help us.
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