Torchlight shines on a wall with paintings of battle scenes from the late 17th Century.
It's just after 17:00 local time, so there's no power yet - the electricity comes on at 18:00.
The battery-powered beam reveals a familiar picture of a king on a white horse.
He is the Dutch-born British monarch King William III, a man whose image is on many gable walls in Northern Ireland.
But this is one-and-a-half continents away from Belfast.
I'm on the outskirts of Accra, in the home of Dennis Tette Tay, the acting grand master of the Orange Order in Ghana.
Dennis's living room is full of photos, paintings and certificates relating to the order.
He tells me Orangeism is "in his soul".