Nana-Buluku originated among the ancient Dahomey people.
As a matter of fact, Nana-Buluku is recognized and worshiped by different ethnic groups other than just the Fon and Ewe people; she is also worshiped by the Yoruba people in Nigeria who call her Nana Bukuu.
Worshipers kill cattle and poultry as sacrifices and then take the sacrifice to a sacred sanctuary in the forest where the holy feast takes place.
Tiana discussed an affair she had with a younger man that ultimately ruined her marriage.
Although this Supreme Creator is always referred to as Him, it is beyond gender, as there are many African gods and African goddesses.