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Ghana: Some Catch Fishes in this River are big as human beings

The Tano is a river in Ghana.It flows for four hundred kilometres from Techiman in Ghana to Ehy Lagoon, Tendo Lagoon and finally Aby Lagoon in Ivory Coast wherein it enters the Atlantic Ocean.

  10 months ago ago
Ghana: Some Catch Fishes in this River are big  as human beings

ENVIRONMENT

It still remains a mystery as a big crocodile strolls on Techiman Street

It still remains a mystery as a crocodile trolls on Techiman Street in day light which caused mix reactions everywhere. According to a report from joy news, nobody noes the whereabouts of this reptile but just saw it on the street and have to catch it and protect it.

  3 months ago ago
It still remains a mystery as a big crocodile strolls on Techiman Street

TRAVEL

The best tourist site ever in Bono East Region - Photos

I The following are some interesting places in the Bono east region of GHANA. Bono Manso slave market Bono Manso slave market, an important landmark in the history of the slave trade in the Bono East region. Located at Bono Manso on the Techiman–Kintampo road, Bono Manso was the point where slaves from the north were graded and sorted. The strongest of the captives were selected and sent to the coast leaving the weaker ones in the town. To date, African Americans and other African people in the Diaspora visit

  1 year ago ago
The best tourist site ever in Bono East Region - Photos

OTHERS-NATURAL-DISASTER

The Tano river is in ghana

The Tano or Tanoé River is a river in Ghana. It flows for 400 kilometres from Techiman in Ghana to Ehy Lagoon, Tendo Lagoon and finally Aby Lagoon in Ivory Coast where it enters the Atlantic Ocean. The river forms the last few kilometres of the international land boundary between Ghana and Ivory Coast. Indigious local beliefs of Bono hold that Taakora, the highest of the Bono gods on Earth lives at the source of the river.5 The last few individuals of Miss Waldron's Red Colobus (Piliocolobus badius waldronae),

  1 year ago ago
The Tano river is in ghana