Wu is another name for in Bissa . Wu is a stiff white porridge made of millet, sorghum or maize flour flour and is a staple food of the country. Bissa is the tribal language of the Bisa tribe of Burkina Faso and the northern tip of Ghana and Togo. Bissa is also spelled Bisa. Wu is also known as Sagabo in Moore.

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