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For the dye, see Coomassie Brilliant Blue. There is evidence that the area around Kumasi has been kept cleared since the Neolithic age and that the first human settlement was at Lake Bosomtwe. The name Kumasi comes from the Twi language, meaning “Under the Kum tree. The word “ase” or “asi” means “under, down, or below” and is used in many place names in Ghana, such as Obuasi, Daboase, and Kenyase.
Around the end of the 17th century, the Asante Kingdom chief fetish Priest Anokye Komfuo planted three “KUM” trees at different places: one at Kwaaman ruled by the Nananomayokofuo , a second one at Apemso-Bankofo ruled by Nananomaduanafuo, and a third at a village near Fomena and Amoafo called Oboani, which was ruled by Nananomekuonafuo. He wanted to see which of these would become a great city for the kingdom, as he was directed by the oracles. The tree at Oboani was however very tiny and for no apparent reason was relatively short.
According to oral tradition this small tree however produced a couple of other trees which were all small in size. The name of the village was changed to Kuma meaning small KUM. The Kum tree at Apemso-Bankofo did not grow at all.