6 Duku Styles, Their Names And Their Meanings

We were today-years-old when we got to know some of the Ghanaian names that had been given to some scarf styles. A Twitter user, Kwesi Osei Simpey shared this information and we thought it wise to share it with you.

Some of the names when translated are funny but understandable because of the type of style and the occasions they are used at. Check them out.

1. Akosombo Special – Named after the Volta River Project

2. Nkuumisee baa don – Ga meaning, I won’t come back anymore

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3. Money Swine/Keemo mi fee – Ga meaning, Tell me more

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4. Baakwe ni oya ta – Ga meaning, come and watch and go back to gossip

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5. 3rehw3 wo na – Meaning you’re watching your mother

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6. Odo fa me tu – Meaning, love, take me in the plane

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7. Onye otsu, Onye oye – Ga meaning, If you can’t work, you can’t eat

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8. Taku nso medi – Meaning what can sixpence do for me

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9. Hyia me w) nkwanta – Meet me at the crossroad

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10. Sunday mirror special – Formerly “Me gye nsu” which means “I want water”

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11. Wosuro a wonni” – Meaning Nothing ventured, nothing gained

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12. Aso aware a to wo prete – There’s responsibility attached to marriage

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13. Wok) aware3 a bisa – Seek advice before you marry

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Source: kuulpeeps.com

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