Ewe people of Ghana, Volta Region
Ewe Tribe of Ghana
The people of Volta Region are part of the larger Ghanaian population with just about every ethnic/language group represented in the region.
Eight major ethnic groups are represented in the region and about 62 sub-groups speak 56 dialects.
The largest ethnic group in the region is the Ewe people who make up 68.5% of the region's population.
They consist of several sub groups. Other major ethnicity include the Guan people (9.2%) made up of over 18 sub groups and the Akan people (8.5%) with over 19 sub-groups. The fourth largest group is the Gurma in the north, forming 6.5% of the region's population. Also present in this region are the Ga-Dangme, Mole-Dagbon, Grusi and the Mande-Busanga.
Adaklu District, Afadjato District, Agotime Ziope District, Akatsi North District, Akatsi South District, Biakoye District, Central Tongu District, Ho Municipal District, Ho West District, Hohoe Municipal District, Jasikan District, Kadjebi District, Keta Municipal District, Ketu North District, Ketu South Municipal District, Kpando Municipal District, Krachi East District, Krachi Nchumuru District, Krachi West District, Nkwanta North District, Nkwanta South District, North Dayi District, North Tongu District, South Dayi District, South Tongu District