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by lingofacts | Oct 24, 2017 | Customs | 0 |
Most Ghanaian people dress in brightly colored clothing preferably made of silk.
by lingofacts | Oct 24, 2017 | History | 0 |
Kwame Nkrumah became the first president of independent Ghana.
Ghana had their first constitution in 1946.
Ghana before 1957 was commonly known as the Gold Coast
The country was named after the medieval empire of West Africa which initially was Wagadugu.
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Ghana was the first country to gain independence in West Africa from the British people.
by lingofacts | Oct 23, 2017 | Culture | 0 |
In Ghana, it is a traditional practice that seasons like harvesting have to be accompanied by ceremonies.
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Akan is the most popularly used language in Ghana after English.
by lingofacts | Oct 23, 2017 | Customs | 0 |
Traditional practices on widow inheritance are still prominently practiced in that a widow is expected to be married by a living brother of the late husband
Polygamy is legal and people do not have a problem with the polygamous families in so far as the breadwinner can sufficiently provide for the families.
Traditionally, Ghana as a nation was divided into three different castes namely, royals, commoners, and slaves.
Culture and tradition of the Ghanaian people of West Africa are all mixed up.