Ghanaians give 6 top ways to know someone is a Ga without asking for their name

Ghanaians give 6 top ways to know someone is a Ga without asking for their name

- Ghanaians have been giving informative and hilarious tips on how people from the Ga tribe can be identified without asking for their name

- This has been in response to an interesting question posed by YEN.com.gh to the general public

- Some of the most interesting tips given by Ghanaians have been gathered

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Ghanaians have given rib-cracking hints on how people from the Ga tribe can be easily identified without necessarily asking them for their names or place of origin.

YEN.com.gh first asked the general public for their views on the question: "What do most people say about Ga people and what is the easiest way to know someone is a Ga?"

Some of the most informative and hilarious ones have been gathered.

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Abdul Karim gave a tall list of heartwarming attributes that Ga people possess and can be easily identified with including the fact that they are very submissive to bosses:

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Samuel Kodwo Amankwah seems to suggest that people from the Ga tribe are either the best at what they do or the worst:

According to Paul Genesis, people from the Ga tribe can be easily mistaken for the intentions behind their words and one must be patient with them.

Nelson Jnr opines that Ga people can be identified by the marketing talent. He goes on to say they can even sell Ghana if given the chance.

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Phausty Xorlali also added that Ga people are very loud and can easily appear like they are fighting and are very worrisome.

Boadi Kwame Nyansaboakwa Martinson made a hilarious comparison to the second world war.

In other news, the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has granted a product certification for the solar-powered automated hand-washing machine invented by a Ghanaian to encourage safe hand-washing practices

A news report by Graphic.com.gh indicates that the certificate was presented to the young Ghanaian inventor, Richard Kwarteng, by the Director-General of the GSA, Professor Alex Dodoo.

According to Professor Alex Dodoo, during the presentation on Wednesday, March 15, 2020, the product had been tested for its safety and efficiency and that it was ready for mass production.

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