Leaves are paddle-shaped, really narrowly elliptical, 8-10' long, with penni-parallel venation, petioles are red as is the midrib and usually the leaf margin. Petiole base is clasping around the stem. Leaves are a major source of starches and along with the stems are ground up and used as food source in Ethiopia.
You can see the old leaf bases still attached, and showing the vascular traces in parallel groups rather than bunches like a dicot.
Bananas likely but bananas have more oval stems.
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