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Mmaniaye is about 5 km from the main road from Cape Coast to Kakum. The village is very industrious, as it produces gari and cooking oils.
Young people of Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007.
Young man stucco'ing the outer wall of a house in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007.
Infant of Mmaniaye. Note the markings which, it is my guess, signify ethnicity and therefore have some historical meaning. These are made, I think, with kaolinite, a clay used for skin marking and to combat digestive disorder. Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007. Photo by Stan Thompson.
Bonfire in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.
Cocoa sprayers in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008. I don't know if these were government employees. My understanding is that in Ghana, spraying is usually done by employees of the Cocobod (http://www.cocobod.gh/)
Chief of Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.
Elders of Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.
Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2011.