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The people of Ghana speak Asante, Ewe, Fante, Boron (Brong), Dagomba, Dangme, Dagarte (Dagaba), Akyem, Ga, English (official), and Akuapem.
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In Ghana life is public. People evacuate their homes and apartments every day to escape the stifling heat. And much like the patterned cloth worn by market women, the disparate parts and peoples ... More »

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Ghana

Ghana is a multilingual country in which about eighty languages are spoken. Of these, English, which was inherited from the colonial era, is the official language  ...

www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/tribes/languages.php

GHANAIAN LANGUAGES. On Language And Development In Africa: The Case of Ghana. The official language is ENGLISH. A: GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED ...

www.ethnologue.com/country/gh/languages

[ads] Eastern region: Akuapim South municipal district, Adamorobe village. 41 ( Kusters 2012). Many of the approximately 3,500 hearing people in Adamorobe ...

www.justlanded.com/english/Ghana/Ghana-Guide/Language/Languages-in-Ghana

Jun 28, 2014 ... English is the official language of Ghana, thanks to its colonial history. English is used for all legal, administrative and official procedures and documents, and is ...

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More than 250 languages and dialects are spoken in Ghana. English is the country's official language and predominates government and business affairs.

www.ghanaembassy.org/index.php?page=language-and-religion

English is the official language of Ghana and is universally used in schools in addition to nine other local languages.The most widely spoken local languages ...

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Aug 28, 2010 ... Ghanaian languages - Ghana dictionary online, Learn Ghanaian language online, find information about languages in Ghana.

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Language in Africa is a thing of tribe culture and region, but beyond that, it is also a thing of colonialism because as much as Africa can boast of over a.