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AKOKO NAN  translates to "the leg of a hen". This adinkra symbol reminds us of the nurture and disciplined nature of the hen. By stepping on her chicks without causing harm, the hen exemplifies the dual role of parents: protection and correction. The scene serves as a reminder to cultivate children while not overindulging them. In other words, parents should be both caring and firm to ensure their offspring's development.

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