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Ghana, west Africa is bound by Burkina Faso on the north, by Togo on the east, the Atlantic Ocean on the south, and Cote d’Ivoire on the west.

Ghana (formerly known as the GOLD COAST) gained its independence from Great Britain with the leadership of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on March 6, 1957. Ghana was the first black sub-Saharan nation to attain independence from colonial rule.

Ghana is considered to be a model of democracy, noted for its political stability and its great respect for the rule of law and a true proponent of human rights. Ghana is a nation with political harmony and peace which has played a viable role in the socio-economic growth and cultural advancement.

Ghana’s economy is built on its vast abundance of minerals, agricultural, and natural resources such as: forest, large areas of arable land, deposits of gold, diamonds, manganese and oil. With its natural and human resources, sound political system, fluent economy, and growing infrastructure; Ghana has become a tourist attraction, a profitable business and investment destination in West Africa.

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