The Ghana Statistical Services Department (GSS) has finalized that currently, the entire population of people in the country has increased to 30.8 million.
Thus, a 6.1million increase since it was counted in 2010 whereby the entire country recorded 24.7 million indicating a 2.1 percent increase.
Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim, the Government Statistician who addressed a press conference today explained that Greater Accra and the Ashanti Regions are the most populated regions in the country carrying 5.4 million of the total 30.8 million.
The women outnumber the men currently in a 50.7 to 49.3 percent respectively.
This is part of the preliminary findings from the 2021 National Population and Housing Census.
Prof. Annim indicated that the Volta Region is the only Region with the most women in the country.
The GSS started and ended its population and housing census three months ago. It is the first of its kind in the history of the country to have been in a digital format under the leadership of Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim
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