Descriptive Essay About Ghana

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Ghana is blessed with some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, the clarity in the water and beautiful white sands. While there are many beach resorts along the coast in all budgets ranges, many beaches are not developed and are mainly used for fishing by the local people. There are 4 regions in Ghana which are located along gulf of Guinea. Exquisite and beautiful beaches can be found in all of these regions: Volta Region, Greater Accra, Central Region and Western Region. Ghana. My Motherland. The place I will always love. In Ghana there are over 100 ethnics. The largest are Akan, Moshi-Dagbani, Ewe and Ga the Ashanti tribe of the Akan are the largest tribe and one of the few societies in West Africa where lineage is traced through the mother…show more content…
Ghana was formerly known by the British as The Gold Coast, it was a special prominence as Ghana was the first African country to acquire independence from the European rule. In Ghana the most famous cuisine is soups, the most common soups are light soup, palmut soup, and groundnut soup. Fufu is one of the more common and popular dishes. Another main dish in Accra would include kenkey with hot pepper and fried mouth-watering fish or there’s either banku with fried fish and pepper there’s also another dish that called omo tuo (Rice Balls) served with palm or groundnut soup which is one of my favourites. There’s also original English food like fried rice etc. that you will be able to find in Ghana or the most known cuisine in Africa which called jellof rice. Ghana is known by their music called ‘Highlife’ and ‘Hiplife’ as well as newer and wildly popular Azonto and Alkayeeda inclusive. Highlife music was first recorded in the 1930’s and reached its popular peak in the 50’s through 70’s. Daddy Lumba is a well-known performer in

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