Yɛngangnaa (Dagaare)

This is a popular folklore that has been dramatized.It tells the story of a young man whose name is such that its meaning touches on the integrity of the Chief of his village. The Chief, on discovering that, tries many times to kill the young man. On each occasion the young man outwits him. In the end, the Chief’s son is killed instead.

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Dagaare Sinsolong (Dagaare)

This is a collection of folklores in Dagaare

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Zanne Fo Kɔkɔre (Dagaare)

ZANNE FO KƆKƆRE waa la gane n ba Saeed A. Faruk naŋ sɛge ka ka o meŋ soŋ bibiiri a Dagaare/Waale zannoo a sakue poɔ. A gane kɔlage la sɛgebie, yelbipeelɛ, yelbie nyaabo, yelbie gaŋgyere, yelŋmaa, yelgbɔge, gane sɛgebo, senselɛ, naaloŋ, kyiire, dannoŋ, yaabaa, bibiiri deɛnɛɛ, kultaa ne wɛltaa ane ataa. Ƞmaa lɛ, a gane waa ŋa ɔre-kunkuni, ka fo maŋ wele sɛre kyɛ nyɛ moɔma.

A gane ŋa soma la a ko JHS, SHS, Kolaagyi ane Karemamine ane neɛzaa naŋ boɔra ka Dagaare/Waale kɔkɔre zannoo do saa. O la soma la a ko noba naŋ zanna ka ba wa leɛ karemamine.  Yeli naŋ vɛŋ ka ZANNE FO KƆKƆRE gane ŋa de zu o taaba zuŋ la N ba Saeed naŋ kyaane a yebizuri mine ne naasaale. A dori kaŋa meŋ zaa baaraaŋ, meŋa nyonnoo soorebie maŋ be la be.

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Dagaare Yelkaama: Book 2 (Dagaare)

This book contains a collection of poems on life, love, work and original compositions from funeral dirges.It is rich in vocabulary and rare expressions.

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Dagaare Yelkaama: Book 1 (Dagaare)

This book contains a collection of poems on life, love, work and original compositions from funeral dirges.It is rich in vocabulary and rare expressions.

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Popeɛloŋ Yideme 3 (Dagaare)

Popeɛloŋ Yideme 3 (Dagaare)

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Popeɛloŋ Yideme 2 (Dagaare)

Popeɛloŋ Yideme 2 (Dagaare)

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Popeɛloŋ Yideme 1 (Dagaare)

Popeɛloŋ Yideme 1 (Dagaare)

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Dagaaba Pɔge Deebo (Dagaare)

Dagaaba Customary Marriage

Marriage to the Dagaaba is one of the most sacred institutions in their traditional society. This books deals briefly with the following topics on Dagaaba Customary Marriage as prevailing before the advent of the white man and the coming of both Christian and Muslim religions into the area.

The topics are :

  1. Types of Traditional Marriages recognized by the Dagaaba society.
  2. The Dowry
  3. Polygamy
  4. Divorce
  5. The duties of married partners.

 

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