10 Unknown fact about Ghana

Ghana is located in West Africa, bordered by Burkina Faso to the north, Côte d'Ivoire to the west, Togo to the east, and the Gulf of Guinea to the south.

Ghana was the first African country to gain independence from European colonial rule, in 1957.

The official language of Ghana is English, but other widely spoken languages include Twi, Fante, and Ewe.

Ghana is known for its rich cultural heritage, including its music, dance, and festivals, such as the annual Homowo festival, which is celebrated by the Ga people of Accra.

The country is the world's second-largest producer of cocoa, after Ivory Coast, and also produces gold, oil, and timber.

The capital city of Ghana is Accra, which is also the largest city in the country.

Ghana is home to Lake Volta, which is the largest man-made lake in the world, covering an area of over 8,500 square kilometers.

The country has a diverse population, with various ethnic groups, such as the Ashanti, Ewe, and Fante, making up the majority.

Ghana has a tropical climate, with two distinct seasons: a rainy season that lasts from April to October and a dry season that lasts from November to March.

Ghana has produced several notable figures, including former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, musician and activist Fela Kuti, and novelist Ama Ata Aid