Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu (siamese crocodiles) is a symbol of democracy and unity.
The Siamese crocodiles share one stomach, yet they fight over food. This popular symbol is a remind that infighting and tribalism is harmful to all who engage in it.
This is a symbol of democracy and unity in a diverse environment. These reptiles share a common belly, yet they fight over food. There is urgency in implementing this ideology: the union of people from different cultural backgrounds must achieve commonly shared objectives despite their divergent views and opinions about the way of life. The symbol stresses the importance of democracy in all aspects of life. It also encourages inclusiveness, and naturally discourages discrimination.
There are several pendants to choose from. Two pendants have two holes and are about 39 mm. The other pendant is about 31 mm.