Language and style never moves beyond a concentration on the supremacy of words. These words somehow contain meanings, style is effectively language manipulated in ways that signal it as different from ‘ordinary’ language. A stylistic analysis of folksong is carried out to educate, explicate and expose to everybody that comes across this work, in guiding them on how to analyse. The data used to illustrate and substantiate our claims are systematically sourced from warife community in the course of our field trip. It has been discovered that stylistic analysis is relevant in Khana folksong for effective communication and proper understanding and that there exists a fold called African oral literature of which folksong is a part. Finally, we find that each of the stylistic features however, has identifiable function which contribute to the effective meaning of the folksongs. It can therefore be concluded that these features trigger and play important roles in passing the intention of the singer across.