Translation: If one tree stands alone against the wind, it breaks; or if one tree alone receives the wind, it breaks.
Usage (Context): There is strength in numbers.
(No. 2054 Page 99 from in Bu me Bε by Peggy Appiah et al.)__________________
Caveat: The text in red is my own translation. I try to bring it as close to the Original Twi version as much as possible without affecting the meaning. 'Gye' in Twi means 'receives' and not 'against' as used in the authors' translation. However, both versions do not affect the meaning of the proverb.