• Ghana is in the center of the West African coast.
  • Ghana shares 2,093km land borders.
  • Ghana shares land borders like French- speaking nations of Burkina Fasco (548km) to north.
  • Ghana shares land borders of Cote d’Ivoire (660km) to West.
  • Ghana shares borders of Togo (877km) to east.
  • Ghana shares land borders to the south, the Gulf of Guniea and Atlantic Ocean.
  • The climate is tropical; warm and comparatively dry along southeast coast; hot and humid in southwest; hot and dry in north.

  • Ghana’s industries are farming, mining, trading, defense (army). Their agricultures are Yams (sweet potatoes), beans, rice, onions, sorghum,
    millet, papaya, gourds, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, cotton, and peanuts.
  • Ghana’s traditional religions are Christianity, indigenous beliefs, and Islam.
  • Ghana’s languages are English, Akan, Dagaare, Dagbane, Dangme, Ewe, Ga, Gonja, Kasem, and Nzema.
  • Ghana has constitutional democracy for political system.
  • Ghana's economy is mostly agricultural.
  • Ghana used rivers to travel, because its economy was based on trade and before modern days, rivers were the quickest way to travel.