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Charles Wundengba

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History of Christianity in Upper West Region

Dagaabaland, especially in northern Ghana is the Vatican of Ghana. Despite the fact that over 55% of Dagaaba are traditional African religion practitioners, the...

The Languages of Northern Ghana

One way of identifying the peoples of Northern Ghana is through the languages that they speak. Language can be viewed as a rough guide...

The Peoples Of Northern Ghana (1)

This is a detailed survey of the socio-demographic patterns of the peoples who inhabit the Northern half of Ghana.  The author gives an account of...

The Talensi People

The Talensi people are agriculturalist Gur-speaking people of the larger Gurune/Grunshie ethnic group living in the northern part of Ghana. They are part of...

The Life of Hon. Chief Simon Diedong Dombo

Duori is a village in the Upper West Region of Ghana. It was here that on March 3rd, 1923, Simon Diedong Dombo was born. Over...

History of the Anbariya in Northern Ghana

Anbariya Sunni Community was established in the 1940s by Sheikh Yusuf Sualih Ajura (Afa Ajura), with the objective of ensuring that Islam was practised...

The Partition of Dagbon – Ya Naa Alasani (1899 to 1917)

Upon his ascension to Yani, Ya Naa Alasani enskinned his uncle Korli Naa Bukari Narkaw to the now vacant skin of Karaga. Ya Naa...

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