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Le pagne kita, kenté or even Agbanmévoh is a type of silk and cotton fabric made up of interwoven strips of fabric.
He is originally from the Akan people and also from the Ewe people of Togo through the Togolese Akan people (ethnic group from western Ghana).
It is a royal and sacred Akan garment, worn only at a time of extreme importance and which was the garment of kings.
Over time, the use of kente became widespread. However, its importance has remained and it is held in high esteem by the Akans.
The kente is also worn by the Akans of Côte d'Ivoire who have always migrated from Ghana.
Source: Oliv Busua
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