Africa EENI Global Business School

Lobi: 4% of the population of

Lobi: people of Burkina Faso, Ghana, Ivory Coast (West Africa).

Lobi people live in Burkina Faso (South-West region, Gaoua), Ghana (north-west) and Ivory Coast (Bouna region, Black Volta)

  1. Region: West Africa
  2. Origin of the Lobi: North of Ghana
  3. The Lobi ethnic groups are the Gans, Birifor, Dagara and Lobi
  4. Language of Lobi: Lobiri (Lobi or Miwa), a Gour language.
    1. 4% of the Burkinabe speaks Lobiri (220,172 people)
    2. 1,8% of the Ivorian speaks Lobiri
    3. Lobi people also speak French and Dyula
  5. Traditionally, Lobi have rejected any type of centralised political authority
  6. Historically, the Lobi communities are based on the laws of God (Thangba yu), Thildar (Thil = spirits of nature) is the religious leader of the Community
  7. The Lobi have been considered as a warrior people
  8. Nowadays his music, altars and Lobi statues are very well considered
  9. The ruins of Loropéni are a UNESCO world heritage site

Art exhibition “The Lobi. The complexity behind simplicity”

Bateba Phuwe (Lobi Art, Burkina Faso)

African Students, Master in International Business and Trade

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, Foreign Trade, International Business
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

More information: Business in Burkina Faso, at EENI Website.

Bateba Bambar (Lobi Art, Burkina Faso)

Study a Master International Trade in Spanish Lobi Trade and Business in Africa (French) Lobi Study, Master, Global Business, Foreign Trade, Portuguese Lobi

EENI Principle of Racial Harmony

Principle of Racial Harmony (EENI, Kwegyir Aggrey)

(c) EENI Global Business School We do not use cookies