Ghana is one of the popular countries of Africa. It is an independent multinational state and unitary presidential constitutional democracy. It is located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in the sub-region of West Africa.
Ghana is made up of 10 defensive regions including many islands. As at January, 2015, the country’s total population was estimated to be 26,652,767 people. However, some cities/regions are more populated than the others.
Below are the 20 most populated cities of the country, [in an ascending order]:
20. Gbawe, Greater Accra (80,991)
Gbawe is a town in the Greater Accra Region of southeastern Ghana near the capital, Accra. Gbawe is the twentieth largest settlement in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 80,991 people.
19. Tema New Town, Greater Accra (83,267):
It is the 19th most populated city in Ghana.