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The Passing of Pa MB Kungang: Baobabs Too Fall, Alas!
Posted on  : February 13, 2018, 12:02 pm
In African folklore, the baobab tree symbolizes longevity, resilience, and stoic presence. Among the Ewe of Ghana, the baobab symbolizes the vastness of knowledge. As a student in secondary school, we used to nickname very intelligent schoolmates baobab. And such students, even when not imposing in stature, figuratively towered above their peers by virtue of their ‘great’ brains. As I grew up I came to associate some people that I admired with the baobab tree. One of these was the late Pa MB Kun
Author :  By Ferdinand Mbecha   |  
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