Ghana

Ghana
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  • Today, were going to look all into Ghana. But first lets look at their jobs! 
  • Jobs included traders, farmers, slaves, and toolmakers. Women mostly took care of the children and the house.
  • Let's talk about Ghana...
  • The Upper Class included the king, and his royal people. Middle class included the farmers and traders. And the Lower class included slaves, and people in poverty.
  • The society classes were split into 3 groups: The Upper Class, Middle Class, and Lower Class.
  • Now that we have discussed about the Jobs, let's talk about their society.....
  • Next, were on our way to the Government and framework that outlines the Ghana citizens lifestyle.
  • Their government type is a framework of a representative democratic republic. 
  • It divides powers among a president, parliament, cabinet, council of state, and an independent judiciary. 
  • There are over 100 ethnic groups, but the major ones are Moshi-Dagbani, Ga, Akan, and Ewe. Their traditions differe from one tradition to another.
  • Africa's traditions differed from one another..
  • The economy in Ghana has a rich and a diverse resource base, including manufacturing, automotive and ship building, and exportation. Being that their main exportation was Gold. 
  • Ghana's Economy...
  • Last.... their religion, what did they believe in?
  • The religious composition in Ghana is 25% Muslim, 23% Traditionalist, 41% Christian, and 9% Other. At first it was all Christianity but since the spread of Islam some of it was converted into Islam.
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