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Ghana National Anthem
God Bless Our Homeland Ghana
God bless our homeland Ghana
And make our nation great and strong,
Bold to defend forever
The cause of Freedom and of Right;
Fill our hearts with true humility,
Make us cherish fearless honesty,
And help us to resist oppressors' rule
With all our will and might for evermore.

Hail to thy name, O Ghana,
To thee we make our solemn vow:
Steadfast to build together
A nation strong in Unity;
With our gifts of mind and strength of arm,
Whether night or day, in the midst of storm,
In ev'ry need, whate'er the call may be,
To serve thee, Ghana, now and evermore.

Raise high the flag of Ghana
and one with Africa advance;
Black star of hope and honour
To all who thirst for liberty;
Where the banner of Ghana freely flies,
May the way to freedom truly lie;
Arise, arise, O sons of Ghana land,
And under God march on for evermore!


238,533 sq km

Ghanaian Cedi

Emergency numbers
Ambulance: 776111-5
Fire: 192
Police: 999, 171

Asante 16%
Ewe 14%
Fante 11.6%
Boron (Brong) 4.9%
Dagomba 4.4%
Dangme 4.2%
Dagarte (Dagaba) 3.9%
Kokomba 3.5%
Akyem 3.2%
Ga 3.1%
Other 31.2%
Note: English is the official language

Ghana Government

Latest population

Ghana Police
Agency overview : Formed 1894
Preceding agencies : 1894 – 1957: known as the Gold Coast Police Service, 1957 – known as the Ghana Police Service
Legal personality : Governmental Government agency

Operational structure
Headquarters : Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana
Minister responsible : Minister for Interior
Agency executive : Inspector General of Police
Units : 15
Regions : 10

Website : http://www.police.gov.gh/

Ghana Political parties
The parties in Ghana

Fourth Republic 1992-present
As at 2018, there are 24 political parties listed on the website of the Electoral Commission of Ghana. There were 30 registered political parties on the list of the Electoral Commission of Ghana during the Fourth Republic in 2012.

All People's Congress
Founded : January 24, 2012

Convention People's Party
Apam Nkorfo Kuw Akan
Founded : 12 June 1949. Banned 1966.
Refounded : 29 January 1996.
Website : http://conventionpeoplesparty.org/

Democratic People's Party
Founded : 1992

Ghana Democratic Republican Party

Founded : 1992

Great Consolidated Popular Party
Founded : 1992

Ghana Freedom Party
Founded : 2012

Ghana National Party
Founded : 2007

Independent People's Party
Founded : 2011

National Democratic Congress
Founded : 28 July 1992
Website : https://officialndc.com/

National Democratic Party
Founded : November 13, 2012
Website : http://nationaldemocraticparty.org/pages/home.html

New Patriotic Party
Founded : 28 July 1992
Website : http://www.newpatrioticparty.org/

New Vision Party
Founded : June 6, 2008

People's National Convention
Founded : 27 July 1992

Progressive People's Party
Founded : January 2012
Website : http://www.pppghana.org/

Reformed Patriotic Democrats
Founded : 2007

United Development System Party
Founded : 2012

United Front Party
Founded : 2011

United Ghana Movement
Founded : 1996

United Love Party
Founded : 2008

United Progressive Party

United Renaissance Party
Founded : 2007

Yes People's Party
Founded : 2012

Not currently listed

National Reform Party NRP
Founded : 1999

Christian 71.2% (Pentecostal/Charismatic 28.3%, Protestant 18.4%, Catholic 13.1%, other 11.4%)
Muslim 17.6%
Traditional 5.2%
Other 0.8%
None 5.2%

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Interesting facts
Culture and tradition of the Ghanaian people of West Africa are mixed especially due to the fact that the country boasts of several tribes that uphold their different cultural orientations as well as their varied ways of life. In as much as there is a multiplicity of different ethnic groups, the culture is overall unified and as such, Ghana has enjoyed political stability in the region even after the post-Colonial era.

Traditionally, Ghana as a nation was divided into three different castes namely, royals, commoners, and slaves. Up to date, the traditional class stratification is still recognized although slavery is not prominent in today’s Ghana.

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. However, marrying more than one wife is most often than not a reserve for the wealthier as well as powerful members of the society.

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 and as such assume full responsibility for the children left behind as well as his new wife.

Generally, Ghanaian culture lays more emphasis on being hospitable to everyone in the society, practicing good manners in every setting as well as respect for everyone.

In as much as Ghanaian culture and traditional beliefs are found to vary from one ethnic group to the other, the Akan religious practices laid more emphasis on ancestral intercession coupled with beliefs in other gods, spirits, and goddesses.

With time and changes taking place in the world today, Ghana has not been left behind in that Christianity has influenced most of their traditionally held beliefs and many people today are found to abandon polygamy and practice monogamy which is a widely held belief practiced by Christians.

Ghana uses English as their official language which however has a distinctive West African Accent.

Akan is the most popularly used language in Ghana after English spoken by nearly 67.1% of the inhabiting people.

In Ghana, it is a traditional practice that seasons like harvesting have to be accompanied by ceremonies. Other popularly celebrated ceremonies are like the age ceremonies for girls which take place before marriage or giving birth.