137 Sayings of Ghanaian Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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137 Sayings of Ghanaian Origin

1. "One falsehood spoils a thousand truths." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One falsehood spoils a thousand truths. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

2. "If you want to speak to God, tell it to the wind." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want to speak to God, tell it to the wind. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

3. "Hunger is felt by slave and king alike." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Hunger is felt by slave and king alike. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

4. "If there were no elephant in the jungle, the buffalo would be a great animal." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If there were no elephant in the jungle, the buffalo would be a great animal. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

5. "It is the fool's sheep that break loose twice." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the fool's sheep that break loose twice. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

6. "A child who knows how to wash his hands dines with the elders." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A child who knows how to wash his hands dines with the elders. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

7. "It is not everybody who is awake when the rain falls at night." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is not everybody who is awake when the rain falls at night. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

8. "A child who asks questions does not become a fool." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A child who asks questions does not become a fool. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

9. "What the cat sees and turns its eyes away from, the dog sees and barks at." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

What the cat sees and turns its eyes away from, the dog sees and barks at. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

10. "When the fool is told a proverb, its meaning has to be explained to him." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When the fool is told a proverb, its meaning has to be explained to him. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

11. "Loving someone who does not love you is like loving the rain that falls in the forest." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Loving someone who does not love you is like loving the rain that falls in the forest. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

12. "Much roaming about deprived the male rat of its fat." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Much roaming about deprived the male rat of its fat. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

13. "If you take your tongue to the pawnshop, you can't redeem it later." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you take your tongue to the pawnshop, you can't redeem it later. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

14. "The parrot that knows how precious its feathers are does not build its nest by the roadside." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The parrot that knows how precious its feathers are does not build its nest by the roadside. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

15. "It is Mr. Old-Man-Monkey who marries Mrs. Old-Woman-Monkey." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is Mr. Old-Man-Monkey who marries Mrs. Old-Woman-Monkey. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

16. "Only when you have crossed the river can you say the crocodile has a lump on his snout." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only when you have crossed the river can you say the crocodile has a lump on his snout. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

17. "The orphan does not rejoice after a heavy breakfast." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The orphan does not rejoice after a heavy breakfast. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

18. "Wisdom is not like money to be tied up and hidden." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Wisdom is not like money to be tied up and hidden. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

19. "The white man lives in the castle; when he dies, he lies in the ground." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The white man lives in the castle; when he dies, he lies in the ground. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

20. "There is bound to be a knot in a very long string." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is bound to be a knot in a very long string. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

21. "If we knew where death resided, we would never stay there." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If we knew where death resided, we would never stay there. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

22. "The stomach has no holiday." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The stomach has no holiday. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

23. "A slave does not choose his master." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A slave does not choose his master. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

24. "One cannot both feast and become rich." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One cannot both feast and become rich. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

25. "The poor man's main tool is his tongue with which he defends himself." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The poor man's main tool is his tongue with which he defends himself. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

26. "No one tests the depth of a river with both feet." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

No one tests the depth of a river with both feet. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

27. "Monkeys play by sizes." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Monkeys play by sizes. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

28. "If power can be bought then sell your mother to get it." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If power can be bought then sell your mother to get it. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

29. "Do not follow the path. Go where there is no path to begin a trail." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not follow the path. Go where there is no path to begin a trail. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

30. "You cannot kill an elephant with bullets of wax." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot kill an elephant with bullets of wax. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

31. "A family is like a forest, when you are outside it is dense. When you are inside you see that each tree has its own position to occupy." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A family is like a forest, when you are outside it is dense. When you are inside you see that each tree has its own position to occupy. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

32. "Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

33. "The moon moves slowly, but it gets across the town." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The moon moves slowly, but it gets across the town. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

34. "Don't expect to be offered a chair when you visit a place where the chief himself sits on the floor." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't expect to be offered a chair when you visit a place where the chief himself sits on the floor. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

35. "If things are getting easier, maybe you're headed downhill." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If things are getting easier, maybe you're headed downhill. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

36. "The monkey says there is nothing better than poverty to unlearn man of his conceit." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The monkey says there is nothing better than poverty to unlearn man of his conceit. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

37. "Don't cry over spilt milk." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't cry over spilt milk. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

38. "If you store saliva in your mouth for too long, it turns into water." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you store saliva in your mouth for too long, it turns into water. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

39. "Money is sharper than a sword." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Money is sharper than a sword. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

40. "Only someone else can scratch your back for you." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only someone else can scratch your back for you. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

41. "When you are sitting in your own house, you don't learn anything. You must get out of your house to learn." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are sitting in your own house, you don't learn anything. You must get out of your house to learn. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

42. "Only the fool points at his origins with his left hand." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only the fool points at his origins with his left hand. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

43. "When a man is coming toward you, you need not say, “Come here”." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a man is coming toward you, you need not say, “Come here”. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

44. "A woman is a flower in a garden; her husband is the fence around it." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman is a flower in a garden; her husband is the fence around it. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

45. "You cannot hide behind your finger." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot hide behind your finger. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

46. "You must act as if it is impossible to fail." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

You must act as if it is impossible to fail. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

47. "Marriage is like a groundnut, you have to crack them to see what is inside." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Marriage is like a groundnut, you have to crack them to see what is inside. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

48. "Truth is a cure." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Truth is a cure. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

49. "In the presence of the head, the knee does not wear a hat." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

In the presence of the head, the knee does not wear a hat. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

50. "If a mad man snatches your cover cloth from you, you do not follow him naked to retrieve it." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If a mad man snatches your cover cloth from you, you do not follow him naked to retrieve it. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

51. "It is the fool whose own tomatoes are sold to him." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the fool whose own tomatoes are sold to him. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

52. "By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

53. "When a woman is hungry, she says, “Roast something for the children that they may eat”." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a woman is hungry, she says, “Roast something for the children that they may eat”. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

54. "Yam is sweet, but one should eat it in the normal way, lest swallowing chokes him." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Yam is sweet, but one should eat it in the normal way, lest swallowing chokes him. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

55. "A person who rides a bicycle or horse does not know that the ground is hot." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A person who rides a bicycle or horse does not know that the ground is hot. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

56. "Death has the key to open the miser's chest." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Death has the key to open the miser's chest. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

57. "If you do not spare a day to fix a door to your room, you will waste three years searching for your money but you will never find it." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you do not spare a day to fix a door to your room, you will waste three years searching for your money but you will never find it. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

58. "I call gold; it does not answer. I call cloth; it does not answer. It is the human being that counts." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

I call gold; it does not answer. I call cloth; it does not answer. It is the human being that counts. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

59. "A lizard that knows how to hide grows to become a crocodile." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A lizard that knows how to hide grows to become a crocodile. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

60. "If you find no fish, you have to eat bread." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you find no fish, you have to eat bread. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

61. "He who is guilty has much to say." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is guilty has much to say. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

62. "Nature gave us two cheeks instead of one to make it easier to eat hot food." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Nature gave us two cheeks instead of one to make it easier to eat hot food. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

63. "By going and coming, a bird weaves its nest." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

By going and coming, a bird weaves its nest. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

64. "Looking somewhere is better than not to look anywhere at all." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Looking somewhere is better than not to look anywhere at all. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

65. "Let not what you cannot do tear you from what you can do." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Let not what you cannot do tear you from what you can do. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

66. "The antelope says that if you stay at one spot in the forest for far too long, you will become thirsty." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The antelope says that if you stay at one spot in the forest for far too long, you will become thirsty. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

67. "You can always buy her back later." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

You can always buy her back later. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

68. "Do not call the forest that shelters you a jungle." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not call the forest that shelters you a jungle. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

69. "Rain wets a leopard's skin, but it does not wash out the spots." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Rain wets a leopard's skin, but it does not wash out the spots. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

70. "Even though we carry gunpowder on our head, we still smoke a pipe." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Even though we carry gunpowder on our head, we still smoke a pipe. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

71. "We speak to the wise man in proverbs and not in plain language." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

We speak to the wise man in proverbs and not in plain language. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

72. "In a community of beggars, stealing and not begging, is considered a crime." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

In a community of beggars, stealing and not begging, is considered a crime. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

73. "A woman is like a blanket, If you cover yourself with it, it bothers you; if you throw it aside you will feel the cold." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman is like a blanket, If you cover yourself with it, it bothers you; if you throw it aside you will feel the cold. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

74. "What is bad luck for one man is good luck for another." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

What is bad luck for one man is good luck for another. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

75. "The rain wets the leopard's spots but does not wash them off." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The rain wets the leopard's spots but does not wash them off. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

76. "It is a bad child who does not take advice." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is a bad child who does not take advice. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

77. "If you look at a king's mouth, you will never think that he ever sucked his mother's breast." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you look at a king's mouth, you will never think that he ever sucked his mother's breast. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

78. "It is the wife who knows her husband." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the wife who knows her husband. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

79. "If you are on the road to nowhere, find another road." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are on the road to nowhere, find another road. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

80. "One should never rub bottoms with a porcupine." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One should never rub bottoms with a porcupine. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

81. "Even though the old man is strong and hearty, he will not live forever." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Even though the old man is strong and hearty, he will not live forever. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

82. "The bitter heart eats its owner." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The bitter heart eats its owner. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

83. "It is the calm and silent water that drowns a man." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is the calm and silent water that drowns a man. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

84. "If the hunter comes back with mushrooms, don't ask him how his hunt was." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If the hunter comes back with mushrooms, don't ask him how his hunt was. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

85. "One camel does not make fun of another camel's hump." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One camel does not make fun of another camel's hump. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

86. "If you've not been on someone else's farm, you cannot say that you're the only true farmer." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you've not been on someone else's farm, you cannot say that you're the only true farmer. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

87. "It is no shame at all to work for money." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is no shame at all to work for money. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

88. "If all seeds that fall were to grow, then no one could follow the path under the trees." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If all seeds that fall were to grow, then no one could follow the path under the trees. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

89. "A man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

90. "It's the fool's sheep that breaks loose twice." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It's the fool's sheep that breaks loose twice. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

91. "If it is not the will of God, you will not die." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If it is not the will of God, you will not die. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

92. "Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

93. "He who cannot dance will say, “The drum is bad”." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who cannot dance will say, “The drum is bad”. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

94. "The rich man may wear old clothes." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The rich man may wear old clothes. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

95. "Even though the eye is blind, it still contains sleep." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Even though the eye is blind, it still contains sleep. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

96. "When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

97. "If a woman gets rich she changes into a man." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If a woman gets rich she changes into a man. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

98. "Wood already touched by fire is not hard to set alight." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Wood already touched by fire is not hard to set alight. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

99. "Patience is good, but hard to practice." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Patience is good, but hard to practice. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

100. "The child who has not traveled anywhere before believes that his mother is the best cook." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The child who has not traveled anywhere before believes that his mother is the best cook. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

101. "No one boasts of what belongs to another." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

No one boasts of what belongs to another. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

102. "The monkey says that yawning is contagious." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The monkey says that yawning is contagious. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

103. "Whatever is destined to succeed knows no failure." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Whatever is destined to succeed knows no failure. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

104. "The old woman cares for the chicken and the chicken cares for the old woman." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The old woman cares for the chicken and the chicken cares for the old woman. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

105. "When you are rich, you are hated; when you are poor, you are despised." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are rich, you are hated; when you are poor, you are despised. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

106. "It is when someone loves you that he comes to your house." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is when someone loves you that he comes to your house. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

107. "Misfortune does not restrict his visits to one day." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Misfortune does not restrict his visits to one day. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

108. "When a king has good counselors, his reign is peaceful." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a king has good counselors, his reign is peaceful. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

109. "When a bachelor goes to sleep, he does not hide his entire body in the mosquito net." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a bachelor goes to sleep, he does not hide his entire body in the mosquito net. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

110. "A crab does not beget a bird." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A crab does not beget a bird. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

111. "The wealth of the greedy ultimately goes to the community." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The wealth of the greedy ultimately goes to the community. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

112. "Hate has no medicine." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Hate has no medicine. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

113. "A knife does not know who is its master." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A knife does not know who is its master. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

114. "One lie ruins a thousand truths." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One lie ruins a thousand truths. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

115. "No one points out God to a child." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

No one points out God to a child. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

116. "If you want someone more knowledgeable than yourself to identify a bird you do not first remove the feathers." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want someone more knowledgeable than yourself to identify a bird you do not first remove the feathers. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

117. "He who tests the depth of a stream with both feet must be prepared to swim." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who tests the depth of a stream with both feet must be prepared to swim. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

118. "If you blame the cat, you must blame the mouse as well." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you blame the cat, you must blame the mouse as well. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

119. "When I fall and you fall, it is fair play." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When I fall and you fall, it is fair play. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

120. "Although the snake does not fly it catches the bird whose home is in the sky." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Although the snake does not fly it catches the bird whose home is in the sky. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

121. "One finger cannot pick a stone." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One finger cannot pick a stone. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

122. "If you are in hiding, don't light a fire." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are in hiding, don't light a fire. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

123. "A proud heart can survive a general failure because such a failure does not prick its pride." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A proud heart can survive a general failure because such a failure does not prick its pride. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

124. "The cockerel drinking water raises its head to God in thankfulness." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The cockerel drinking water raises its head to God in thankfulness. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

125. "When the bag tears, the shoulders get a rest." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

When the bag tears, the shoulders get a rest. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

126. "Nobody is shamed twice." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

Nobody is shamed twice. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

127. "A poor person has no friends." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

A poor person has no friends. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

128. "One pole cannot build a house." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One pole cannot build a house. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

129. "One tree cannot be a forest." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

One tree cannot be a forest. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

130. "The ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

131. "The poor man and the rich man do not play together." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The poor man and the rich man do not play together. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

132. "No condition is permanent." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

No condition is permanent. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

133. "The surface of the water is beautiful, but it is no good to sleep on." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The surface of the water is beautiful, but it is no good to sleep on. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

134. "If one does not know, another man teaches him." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

If one does not know, another man teaches him. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

135. "The chicken also knows when it's morning, but still watches the mouth of the cock." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

The chicken also knows when it's morning, but still watches the mouth of the cock. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

136. "An army is driven back by courage and not by insults, however many." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

An army is driven back by courage and not by insults, however many. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings

 

137. "No-one points his left finger at his hometown." (Ghanaian Sayings) Click to tweet

No-one points his left finger at his hometown. (Ghanaian Sayings);  #AfricanSayings