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Aowin

Aowin dominated a territory in the west of present day Ghana until the 17th century after which it was reduced in size. Due to the decline of Denkyira state in the 18th century, Aowin regained its independence. Aowin was separated in the 19th century by the French and British. The Aowin are found today in the area spanning southeastern Cote d'Ivoire and southwestern Ghana. The language of the Aowin people is called Brossa.

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