Symbolizes wealth, prosperity, and conspicuous consumption
This symbol recognizes the fact that Cocoa is one of Ghana's major trade resources
MAKO NYINAA MPATU MMERE
Symbolizes unequal opportunity and uneven development
This symbol shows that the Akan people know there are inequalities but strive for
equality wherever possible.
MENSO WO KENTEN
Symbolizes industry, self-reliance, and economic self-determination
This feminine symbol represents the determination of women in economics and business.
Symbolizes self-sufficiency, resilience, vitality, and wealth
The palm tree being a great source of products stands to represent the need for
hard work to obtain self sufficiency.
ASASE YE DUR
Symbolizes power, life's sustainer, might, wealth, and authority
This symbol represents the importance of land to the Akan.