Afram River, river, in southern Ghana, western Africa. It rises 16 miles (26 km) northwest of Mampong and flows southeast into Lake Volta (formerly the Afram was a tributary of the Volta River).
Where can River Pra located in Ghana?
The Pra Basin is located between Latitudes 50 N and 70 30′ N, and Longitudes 20 30′ W, and 0 0 30′ W, in south-central Ghana. The Pra River, together with its tributaries, forms the largest river basin of the three principal south-western basins systems of Ghana (i.e. Ankobra, Tano and Pra).
What are the two major rivers in Ghana?
The Major Rivers Of Ghana
|Rank||Major Rivers of Ghana||Total Length|
|2||Black Volta||840 miles (shared with Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast)|
|3||White Volta||550 miles (shared with Burkina Faso)|
|4||Oti (Pendjari)||323 miles (shared with Benin, Burkina Faso, and Togo)|
Where can River Afram be found?
Afram River, river, in southern Ghana, western Africa. It rises 16 miles (26 km) northwest of Mampong and flows southeast into Lake Volta (formerly the Afram was a tributary of the Volta River). The Afram is about 55 miles (90 km) long.
Which Ghanaian river does not flow into the sea?
Ghana is drained by a large number of streams and rivers. In addition, there are a number of coastal lagoons, the huge man-made Lake Volta, and Lake Bosumtwi, southeast of Kumasi and which has no outlet to the sea.
How old is Ghana now 2020?
Ghana be de first country for sub-Saharan Africa wey gain independence on 6th March, 1957. Today be exactly 64 years since Ghana wrestle dema freedom British colonial authority to manage dema own affairs.
Is Ghana a poor country?
It is hard to pinpoint a single cause of long-term poverty. Dictatorial and corrupt governments can make what could be a very rich nation into a poor one.
Which tribe came to Ghana first?
The Portuguese were the first Europeans to arrive. By 1471, they had reached the area that was to become known as the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast was so-named because it was an important source of gold.