Mission

Nnipa dodoɔ no ara a wɔdi asako no, wɔhunu saa asako no sɛ ebia ɛyɛ nyankomadeɛ anaasɛ ɛyɛ agorɔ anaasɛ ɛyɛ ahokyerɛ mu afiripata ne hwan hwan. Abibifahodie Asako deɛ, sɛnea yɛsi hunu yɛn asako ne sɛ ɛwɔ sɛ ɛte sɛ ɛberɛ a Abibifoɔ de asako dii ako wɔ kwan so bi a ɛho ba mfasoɔ berɛ a na yɛrekwati nkoasom, berɛ a na yɛregye yɛn ho afiri nkoasom mu, wɔ akobɔfo nkurotoɔ (Kilômbo) mu, wɔ ɔsa mu ɛna wɔ abɔnten so wɔ nkuro akɛseɛ bi mu. Saa berɛ no na adwene atitire mmienu na ɛdi yɛn tiri mu dɛm wɔ Asako mu: 1) Yɛ deɛ ɛfata berɛ a ɛfata (Ma'at adwene a ɛkyerɛ sɛ biribiara wɔ ne mmerɛ) 2) To hyɛ obi so na mma no nto nhyɛ wo so o (a ɛno nso ho ba mfasoɔ wɔ akobɔfoko mu) Saa nti, Abibifahodie asako hyɛbeasɛm ne sɛ ɛwɔ sɛ yɛn na yɛdi Asako awusɔre mu akotene ma ɛsane kɔfa ne mfasoɔ, mmotaeɛ ne nsunsuansoɔ a n'awieeɛ bɛma yɛn nsa aka Abibifahodie wɔ akwannuasa nyinaa soɔ.


While many who practice Capoeira view it as a ritual or a game or an acrobatic display etc. Abibifahodie Capoeira situates its orientation as more in tune with the period in time when Afrikans used Capoeira as a practical tool for combat in avoiding enslavement, liberating ourselves from enslavement, in the Kilômbo, in war and in the streets following the two core principles of Capoeira: 1) Doing the appropriate thing at the appropriate time (the Ma'at concept of propriety) 2) Attacking without being attacked (also useful for guerrilla warfare). As such, Abibifahodie Capoeira's mission is to play a significant role in the restoration of Capoeira to its practical purposes, objectives and goals for the Liberation of Afrikan people throughout space and time.