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Abron tribe

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Abron tribe

The Abron or Bono are an Akan people of West Africa.[1] They speak the Abron language.

In the late sixteenth century, the Abron founded the Gyaaman kingdom as extension of Bono state in what is now Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire.

References

  1. ^ Other name variations: Brong, Boron, Borong, or Bron
  • Muhammad, Akbar. The International Journal of African Historical Studies 10.2 (1977): 242-258.


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