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    by grets Written Jan 8, 2007

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    The rider and the horse carries a message that a horse may be insane but the rider sane. You should not judge a person by the clothes he wears or the status he enjoys.

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    by grets Written Jan 8, 2007

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    The two statues (only one seen in the picture) depict a story of two friends who went hunting. Legend has it that one decided to kill a bird he saw on top of the tree under which he was standing. The other man advised him against it as the bird was a vulture. The moral of this story is that good advice only comes from well-meaning people. One must therefore not take good advice for granted.

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    by grets Written Jan 8, 2007

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    The three men with swords seen on the first floor of the shrine represent the three warriors that led the Fante people from Techiman. They are fr4om right to left, Obrumankoman (the whale), Odapagyan (the eagle) and Oson (the elephant). Only Odapagyan and Oson are seen in the photograph.

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