Ghanaian men are usually very hardworking. They work hard to put bread and butter on the tables of their families. To appreciate them for their efforts, this article brings to you the top five tribes with the most hardworking men in Ghana. This article is not meant to undermine any tribe but it just depicts the public opinion of who the hardworking men of Ghana are.
The list includes;
5. The Gonjas; are usually farmers. Men from this tribe till the land and produce products like shear butter, yam, and onion. Richmen who come from this tribe include John Dramani Mahama and his brother, Ibrahim Mahama.
4. Fante; are in the Central and Western Regions. They are very much educated since most of the early day schools were established in the Central Region. Papa Kwesi Nduom, the owner of many businesses, is a Fanti.
3. The Gas; the men from the capital are mainly fishermen and traders. They are one of the earliest tribes who had an encounter with the Europeans. Their trading prowess can therefore be traced to the state olden days. Daniel Mckorley is a successful Ga businessman.
2. The Ashantes; Ashantes are very good at trading. An Ashante can develop a multi-million business from a very humble beginning. Osei Kwame Despite and Kwame Addo Kuffour and rich Ashante men.
1. Ewes; found in the Volta Region of the country, are very much educated. This explains why they are dominant in politics and other public officers. Torgbe Afede XIV is a very successful Ewe chief and businessman.
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