The Ghanaba is a concept that tries to explain daily happenings and life, in general, using the Ghanaba cartoon pictures. It is a well-appreciated concept that has really been influential and at some point character-shaping for most people. Born and reared in the Ghanaian culture, the Ghanaba Creo can also give the possible names of both males and females across the tribes in relation to how the Ghanaians name their children, on the day they were born.
These Apuu Ghanaba images often of great precision (fabulous coding), describe an aspect that stands out from the people born on these days of the week, Sunday to Saturday. We shall look at the Ghanaba pictures and see how men are defined by their birthdays.
The most popular name given to these children are Kwasi or Kwesi. Of their qualities, stands; creativity, greatly influential people, helpful, deep thinkers and they too are intelligent. They are great mentors, a sum up of their qualities
Most of these men are called Kojo, Kudjoe, Kodjoe or Kwadwo depending on the tribe. They all are; enthusiastic, caring, dependable, loyal and energetic. They also make great husbands.
Their names across the tribes are Kwabena, Kobina/Kobena, Komla, Ebo or Kobby depending on the tribe. They are; decent, smart, persuasive, resourceful and confident. They make great businessmen.
They can be called Kwaku, Korku and Kweku depending on the tribe they hail from. They are decent, fashionable, talented, honest caring and responsible. They make great parents.
Here, the most common name given is Yaw. They are clever, ambitious, passionate, thoughtful of others always and adaptable. They make very good problem solvers since they are also efficient in fast thinking.
To these weekend born children, their names vary from Fiifi to Kofi or even Yoofi in various tribes. They are funny, helpful, intelligent, fun to be and hang out with and responsive. They make very great friends and partners.
They are the total weekend born guys. Most common names are Kwame, Auto or even Kwamena given to them by their parents, tribe included. The most outstanding aspect is that these guys are geniuses. They also are gentle, great music lovers, generous, honest and intensive thinkers too. They make 100% efficient team leaders and are great at their works.
These Ghanaba arts respect the native culture of the Akan, where each child had a name assigned to him in the day in which it was born. However, these Ghanaba images not only cover the days naming of children but also cover some common daily experiences in their animation forms just for the laughs.
These Creo concepts have really been able to do it for the Ghanaians as they also have been used in the past to critic various issues in the country. It is a safe and very funny way to do this, satire I might say, to pass on one's views to the public. As these concepts have really caught on and taken their roots in Ghana, it is very hard to say that the Ghanaba Apuu is going to go away anytime soon.