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Ghana

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  • 1. G H A N A By Mark Shiells
  • 2. Facts about Ghana
    • Ghana are on the west side of Africa next to Togo and Ivory Coast.
    • The capital of Ghana is Accra.
    • The population of Ghana is approximately 23,870,000 people and the national language of Ghana is English.
    • The total land mass is 238,535 kilometres.
  • 3. Gh an a The Ghanaian Presidential Palace The Ghana national President is called John Atta Mills. They got independence from the United Kingdom ion the 6 th of March 1957. There parliament is a Democratic constituency. GHANA IS A HAPPY PLACE BECAUSE IT HAS MANY PEOPLE TO LOOK UP TOO AND EVEN THOUGH, THEY DON’T HAVE THE BEST FACILITIES BUT THEY STILL ENJOY THEIR LIVES!
  • 4. Ghana‘s Football team
    • Ghana have only ever qualified for the world cup once before getting to the last 16 losing 3-0 to Brazil.
    • Ghana’s biggest win is a 13-0 against Kenya.
    • There biggest defeat was a 10-0 defeat to Bulgaria.
    • Ghana have won the African cup of nations on 4 occasions in 1963, 1965, 1978 and 1982.
    • Ghana’s FIFA world ranking is 31 but did once reach 14, their nicknames are the Black Stars.
  • 5. Ghana’s squad
    • Ghana have some very talented players like Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Kevin Prince – Boateng, Junior Agogo and Laryea Kingston.
    • Ghana have one of the best squads in Africa and have done well in the last three African cup of nations.
    • Their U20’s won the 2009 U20’s world cup beating Brazil 4-3 on penalties.
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  • 8. THANKS FOR WATCHING