Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Serial comical user of the social media network, Facebook, Francis Obirikorang, made a post about what he considered to be the ultimate "Ayigbe Starter Pack."

Incase you don't know what "Ayigbe" means, it means Ewe. The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people, inhabiting southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana; meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located in the entire southern half of Togo and southwest Benin.

Not to rub any tribal lines here, but in there spirit of comical relief during this tense election season, YEN decided to share some of the comments with you;

1. Cat / Pussy

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Well, I'm sure you know the backstory behind this.

2. Akple with Okro Soup

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

This is usually referred to as the staple food of Ewes; it is like kenkey to the GAs.

3. Big Buttocks

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Well, I can't say much about this

4. National Democratic Party

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

Here are all the things no true Ewe person can live without

The Volta Region of Ghana, predominantly made up of Ewes, has over the year, been referred to as the "world bank of votes" for the National Democratic Congress. This reflected how massively the region voted for the incumbent NDC over the years.

Does this reflect what Ewes love to the fullest? Send us a message via Twitter, Facebook or email info@yen.com.gh.

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