MY HISTORY, MY HERITAGE: KNOWING THE GUANS (The Gonjas Part 1)

History has it that the Gonjas appeared in modern Ghana very early in the 16th Century. Currently, their language is spoken by an estimated 300,000 people, almost all of whom are of the Gonja ethnic group of northern Ghana. Ghana`s former President, John Dramani Mahama, is a Gonja

MY HISTORY, MY HERITAGE: KNOWING THE GUANS (The BOSO People Part 1)

Boso Gwa Traditional Area forms an integral part of the Asuogyaman District in the Eastern Region. Linguistically, the people of Boso belong to the Guan ethnic bloc, and had lived in the Mid-Volta Basin long before the Akamu arrived from Nyanawase to establish a permanent home at Akwamufie, 1733.

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