QUIZ | Ghanaian Independence day | Facts about Ghana

QUIZ | Ghanaian Independence day | Facts about Ghana

Ghana is celebrating their independence day on the th of March and we are all over this for an awesome celebratory quiz! 

But before we jump directly into the quiz we thought to share some facts about notable Ghanaians that you may not have known before today.

Kwame Nkrumah

He was a pan africanist who fought against colonial rulers in Ghana. He led Ghana to her independence and became the first president of the country. Although he was much loved by the people, economic crisis and concerns about possible corruption led to a coup which ended his leadership.

Yaa Asantewaa

She was the queen mother of the Ejisu in the Ashanti kingdom. She ran an uprising against British colonialists. Although there was victory initially she was exiled to the Seychelles by the British the following year, she remains a symbol of strength and commitment to Ghanaians in the continent and the diaspora

Kofi Annan

Kofi Atta Annan was a diplomat who served as the 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations, from January 1997 to December 2006. He also won a Nobel Peace prize, he stepped down from his role in 2006 stating his concerns for insufficient push for peace in Syria. by UN member nations 

Fuse ODG

This British Ghanaian musician made the song and dance move Azonto popular and played a key role in putting modern Ghanaian music on the worlds centre stage

There they are four facts about four notable and celebrated Ghanaians from past and recent history!

Ok time for the quiz! Have fun and tag us on social media with your scores!

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.

Conversations worth having

Our flagship product with 300 unexpected conversation starters, shocking charades and puzzling trivia! We are sure you've never had a conversation like this before, pull it out at date night or games night and keep talking till dawn

Grab yours now

Eye contact is optional

Numbernot is our loudest game yet, let your neighbours know you'll be laughing all night! With four ways to play to prove how well and fast you know 106 African subjects! Eye contact is optional, think fast, bluff quickly; you have to play it to get the meaning of the name!

Grab yours now