BO WO DIN translates to "say your name" from TWI one of many dialects spoken in Ghana.
The Akan people of Ghana frequently name their children after the day of the week they were born and in order which they were born. These "day names" have further meanings concerning the soul and character of the person. Middle names have considerably more variety and can refer to their birth order, twin status, or an ancestor's middle name. This naming tradition is shared throughout West Africa and the African diaspora.
This collection as many of my products is an ode to the Ghanaian culture.