Dating cote divoire
Attiéké (grated cassava) is a popular Côte d' Ivoirian side dish.Côte d' Ivoire's claim to culinary fame, maquis normally feature braised chicken and fish smothered in onions and tomatoes, served with attiéké, or kedjenou, a chicken dish made with vegetables and a mild sauce.
Children are instructed over many years in the history and social mores of the Senoufo and are then secretly initiated.
The tale of how they broke away from the Asante has been preserved in their oral traditions.
12% Christian 25% Muslim 63% Traditional Beliefs The majority practise traditional religions involving ancestral worship.
This festival starts around midnight, when women and children sneak out of their huts and, naked, carry out nocturnal rites to exorcise the village of evil spells.
Before sunrise the chief appears, drums pound and villagers go into trances.