Togo. Togo officially the Togolese Republic is a narrow country in West Africa bordering Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north.
What is the name of Ghana border?
Elubo is a village in the Jomoro district, a district in the Western Region of Ghana and is the main border crossing between Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire to the west.
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What are the border towns in Ghana?
Aflao is the coastal town in Ghana bordering Togo. While east of the Togolese side of the border the city is the capital, Lome, the so-called ‘Paris of West Africa’, the Ghanaian town is a typical African border town built solely to service the movement of people and goods.
Is Ghana a rich or poor country?
Ghana is Africa’s largest gold producer, after overtaking South Africa in 2019 and second-largest cocoa producer (after Ivory Coast). It is also rich in diamonds, manganese ore, bauxite, and oil.
Economy of Ghana.
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Which tribe came to Ghana first?
Various subtribes are known to have descended from the Guan people, including the Gonja, who predominantly reside in northern Ghana and make up about a quarter of the Guan population in total. The Guang are believed to have been the earliest inhabitants of Ghana; now, the tribe encompasses around 26 ethnic groups.
Which region is the longest in Ghana?
The biggest region in Ghana is the Northern region, with an area of 70,384 square kilometers. This covers 31% of Ghana. With its capital at Tamale, this region is divided into 26 districts and has a low population density.