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I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HAPPY I WAS SENT TO THE NORTH

Northern Ghana would have been one of the best place to survive due the lands we have for farming but, due to our inability to have much money, the farming is not done properly to have good yield and if we had had learnt joint ways of doing businesses I bet you we would have been on top of this country.

Again if our families had earlier invested into education we wouldn't have been where we are

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THE WECHIAU HIPPO SANCTUARY IS A COMMUNITY BASED ECOTOURISM SITE ESTABLISHED IN 1998

My community is part of the sanctuary community where the visitor office is positioned. It is the visitor’s first stop for info and to make choices prior to activities in the sanctuary and price list is also display there. The sanctuary is a community based ecotourism site established in 1998 by the local people and the benefits go back to them indirectly like scholarship to brilliant but needy st

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NORTHERN GHANA HAS A VERY RICH CULTURE

The things I love about the North as a “majestic northerner” is that, we share most of our believes as well as embrace unity, respect, accommodating except some little times. Also, Northerners exercise the love for brotherhood and we have low prices for basic needs.

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OUR HEROES SHOULD BE CELEBRATED AND OUR FOLKLORE PUBLISHED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

The experience was easy and laid back. The people seem very content with the little resources they have available. I believe they deserve more. As we all know the heat can be unbearable because when we visited in 2008, during the day we sort shade under the trees and at night we slept on top of the mud huts. It was the most thrilling experience, laying on your back just looking into the sky till y

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THE PEOPLE OF NORTHERN GHANA HAVE A PECULIAR HUMBLE NATURE, RESPECTFUL AND TOGETHERNESS

My perception of the north is, Northern Ghana have a beautiful but undiscovered culture and traditions. The West and Religion both Islam Christianity have had a toll on the tradition of the north.
Most peoples’ perception change ones they are educated they feel disassociated and special and wouldn't want to participate with our traditions. To me it shouldn't be the case because education should

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I HAVE COME TO THE REALIZATION THAT DANCING IS PART OF MY CULTURE

I have come to the realization that dancing is part of my culture, whether I dance or not. If I don’t dance and nobody dances, my cultural dance will one day fade away. As a proud son of Dagbon and prince I shouldn’t live to see my culture fade away. In the light of this, I realized that I have to continue to be a dancer, so that, the next generation will emulate my dancing legacies. Also, it is a

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THE INTERACTION FROM THE NORTHERN PEOPLE ARE TOP NOTCH AND VERY HOSPITABLE

Going to the North especially Tamale has always been greeted with such an inner enthusiasm I've never and rarely have as compared to visiting other places. My honourable moderator I'll love it if you could one day take me to your native land so I could have more of these wonderful and lasting experiences. These are the few notable experiences I can pick out from my visits.

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THE BISSA PEOPLE

The language is a Mande language that is related to, but not the same as, a cluster of languages in the old Borgu Kingdom area of Northeast Benin and Northwest Nigeria, including Busa, Boko, and Kyenga. An alternate name for the Bissa is Busansi which is used by the Mossi people.

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THE KONKOMBA PEOPLE OF GHANA

Historically an acephalous society led by religious leaders rather than hierarchical chiefs, Konkomba self-identify as indigenous to north-east Ghana and north-west Togo. When tracing their ancestry, Konkomba say they came from a hole in the ground. The history of where Bikpakpaam came from to settle in Ghana is not well known. Konkomba were traditionally animists, but in the modern era many have

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NORTHERN GHANA IS OPENING UP TO THE REST OF THE COUNTRY

Northern Ghana is a home to many businesses and opportunities, apart from the major cities, most of our people are into farming and rearing of life stock. Unfortunately, because of the uncertain rain pattern, farming has disappointed a lot of people. And so, you find a lot of young ones now trying to diversify into other sectors, but the challenge has been getting of the required skills, guidance