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Three Places In Ghana You Should Probably Know Their History Before Visiting.

Ghana is a lovely country in Africa's western hemisphere. Nigeria, Togo, Burkina Faso, and Benin are all neighbors to Ghana. Ghana is, without a doubt, a land with many tribes and ethnicities. There are over 30 different languages spoken. Twi, the most widely spoken language, is an Akan language spoken by the Akyims, Ashantis, and a small number of Fantes. Ghana is, without a doubt, a peaceful and happy country.

Despite this, there are several areas in Ghana that are considered as unfriendly to live. As a Ghanaian or tourist, you should be aware of the following towns and villages before setting foot in.

Kwame Nkrumah Circle

Kwame Nkrumah Circle is located in the heart of Ghana's capital, Accra. Because of how phones magically turns into something else after being purchased, it has made its way to the top of the list of locations you should know about before visiting.

Over here, a brand-new phone could metamorphose into a wood if care is not taken after purchasing. They usually tell you not to open the box until you reach home. Such phones are always sold cheap by the roadside but there are genuine phone dealers who sells quality phones without any problem. Be careful where you buy your phone next time you need a new one.


A breathtakingly beautiful location in Ghana's Volta region. It is well-known for its beautiful beaches and beach cleanliness. The gods, on the other hand, do not allow anyone to bring the stones across the sea because the pebbles and stones cannot be moved. Anyone who does so defies the gods and will face their wrath. In the nutshell, goat's are not allowed here.


Bomigo is not a particularly well-known town or village. Many people have probably never heard of Bomigo, but it is a part of Ghana, specifically the Volta region. Because of the salty nature of the land, the main occupation here is the collection of salt for sale. In Bomigo male goats are not allowed on the land because the gods of the land forbids it. To be on the safer side, do not go with you a goat when visiting. How the female goats get pregnant is still a mystery to many people. Perhaps the gods will reveal the mystery to us one day.

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