Pounding fufu, a symbol of Ghanaian culture and its traditional life. The process of making the Ghanaian delicacy in its purest form from cassava plants.
There is no activity on the planet that indicates one is Ghanaian more than ‘pounding fufu’. So when we take 2 of Ghana’s most prominent and beautiful faces of tourism and put them in an image to pound fufu it is set to go viral.
PS: We are fully aware there are other meals they could be making with those tools asides fufu, but fufu is so commonly known and aligned with the wooden bowl and pestle.
Hamamat is definitely one of the nation’s unofficial tourism ambassadors. Her highlight of Ghanaian culture in her earlier days opened the wider world to what living in various parts of Ghana is like.
She worked hard and introduce many to our foods, lifestyles, cities, urban locations, markets and rural areas in various videos and pictures via instagram. And from her hard work, she has obtained almost 1 million followers to date.
And not to mention, she is one hell of a style influencer as covered in our last post below.
Lioness Of Africa
Wiyaala on the other hand is an amazing songstress from northern Ghana. A Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs. Wiyaala means “the doer” in the Sissala dialect.
Her unique approach to world and alternative music has scored her an amazing international audience, seeing her getting tonnes of bookings in foreign and European festivals.
Wiyaala & Hamamat Show Culture
Seeing the two together is definitely something the world needs more of. These two individuals single-handedly have probably done more for Ghana tourism than our limited government has.
Unfortunately, we were only served with one picture of the ladies together, but it’s worth it. See it below or on our instagram.
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