Along the north and south, and to some extent along the west, the uplifted edges of the basin give rise to narrow plateaus between 1,000 and 2,000 feet (300 and 600 metres) high, bordered by impressive scarps.
The most outstanding are the Kwahu (Mampong) Scarp (Surrounding the basin on all of its sides, except in the east, is the dissected Precambrian peneplain, which rises to elevations of 500 to 1,000 feet above sea level and contains several distinct ranges as high as 2,000 feet.
you ve gotten it all wrong, Ghana itself have if not least,no idea about scams,it is the Nigerian community in Ghana who are scamming people all over,because Nigerians are now well known about these scams and they ranked number in the world,so now they use Ghana as their country and portray to be like Ghanaians, Nigeria is not far from Ghana and there are about a million Nigerians living in Ghana,those of us who have been on the net for a long know this...
if you want to find out these check the origins of the names they give to you to send money to, and trace the originality of the name which people uses those names, you will end up in a tribe in Nigeria, alot of people have tried this and haave come to realise this that they are nigerian community in Ghana I use a popular dating service. about three quarters of the girls with profiles that say they are in NY finally say they are in Ghana.
I have been on matchcom and lately I have been getting a lot of e mails from Ghana. Never one on a weekend, I usually had to write first.
did these girls say that theyre living with their mum in Ghana because their dad passed away?
Although trading was originally centred on the gold that was readily available in the area (and from which the future British colony the , who viewed Ghana’s sovereignty as being important not only for the Ghanaian people but for all of Africa, saying “Our independence is meaningless unless it is linked up with the total liberation of the African continent.” Indeed, more than 30 other African countries, spurred by Ghana’s example, followed suit and declared their own independence within the next decade.
Nkrumah quickly laid the groundwork for fiscal independence within the new country as well, embarking on many economic development projects.
Along the eastern edge of the Voltaian Basin, and extending from the Togo border to the sea immediately west of , which vary in elevation from 1,000 to 3,000 feet (300 to 900 metres).
The highest points in Ghana are found there, including Mount Afadjato (2,903 feet [885 metres]), Mount Djebobo (2,874 feet [876 metres]), and Mount Torogbani (2,861 feet [872 metres]), all situated east of the Volta River near the Togo border.
In the east the predominant rocks are less than 65 million years old, though there is a patch of Cretaceous sediments (about 65 to 145 million years old) near the Ghana-Togo border.