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    Ghanaball, officially known as Republic of Coffinball Ghanaball is a countryball in Africa. It is the first Sub-Saharan African countryball to dance under a coffin break away from European colonialism.

    It is a member of the Atlantic-Congo family.

    Ghanaball also produces high-quality cocoa, is the 2nd largest producer of cocoa globally. For reasons it keeps some of it to themself. Its neighbor Ivory Coast-icon.png Côte d'Ivoireball thinks can into better coffee.

    Its current president is Nana Akufo-Addo.

    History[edit | edit source]

    8-icon.png Pre-colonial times Ashanti Empire-icon.png[edit | edit source]

    It is believed that 8-icon.png 8ball reached Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball around the year 40,000 BC. Until 5th century, the land was unclaimed by any tribes, not even the ones in modern-day Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball. Then in 1471, PortugueseEmpire-icon.png Portugal explored it. After some digging, they struck gold, named it "Gold Coastball".

    After leaving, PortugueseEmpire-icon.png Kingdom of Portugalball came back in 1483 and visited to trade with 8-icon.png locals. They offered European goods, such as metal knives, beads, mirrors, rum, and guns all in exchange for 8 (colony)-icon.png slaves. The Tribe-icon.png natives in the zone weren't that happy.

    Dutch Empire-icon.png Dutch Empireball came and colonzied the coast. In 1763, two tribes, divided among themselves the lands, these tribes were the Oyo-icon.png Oyo tribe, a mainly Ewé tribe that controlled west Nigeria-icon.png Nigeria and Benin-icon.png Beninball and Togo-icon.png Togoball; the other tribe was the Ashanti Empire-icon.png Ashanti tribe, a tribe that controlled most of Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball and Ivory Coast-icon.png Côte d'Ivoireball.

    Then Netherlands-icon.png Netherlandsball sold the Dutch Gold Coast-icon.png Dutch Gold Coastball to UK-icon.png UKball and UK-icon.png UKball launched a expedition to the Oyo-icon.png Oyo Tribe, which lost its lands in Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball to the Tribe-icon.png Daho tribe. Then UK-icon.png UKball after taking all of south Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball went further into the Tribe-icon.png Daho tribe not with flowers and letters but with cannons and rifles.


    British Gold Coast-icon.png 20th century British Gold Coast-icon.png[edit | edit source]

    British Gold Coast-icon.png British Togolandball became a UN-icon.png Trust Territory of the UN-icon.png United Nationsball that was under UK-icon.png British administration. In 1957 they Democracy-icon.png voted in a plebiscite to become part of what is now Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball. The reult was a 82% turnout of Western Togoland-icon.png Western Togoland's citizens, which translated in 58% wanting to join Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball.

    Option Votes Percentage of Total Votes
    Ghana-icon.png Join Ghana 93,095 58%
    UN-icon.png UN Trusteship 67,492 42%
    Blank-icon.png Total 160,587 100% (and 82,2% turnout)

    Ghanaball since the 2000's had been growing rapidly. Before, only 48% had access to electricity, now since 2019 it is 90%. Big Shaq, best know for Man's Not Hot (Just Sauce), is of Ghanian descent.

    Ghana-icon.png History of elections in Ghana Ghana-icon.png[edit | edit source]

    In 2008, 2012, and 2016 elections were all won by the Social Democracy-icon.png Social Democratic NDC-icon (cube).png "New Democratic Congress" (N.D.C.). Although only the 2008 Ghananian General Election was the only one that the NDC-icon (cube).png N.D.C. won and since 2012 the conservative NDP-icon (cube).png "New Democratic Party" has won the elections, including the 2016 election.

    Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png 2017 independence attempt Western Togoland-icon.png[edit | edit source]

    On May 9, 2017, the Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png Homeland Study Group Foundation unsuccessfully tried to declare the independence of Western Togoland-icon.png Western Togolandball. On May 7, 2019, the national executive of the Volta Region-icon.png Volta separatist group, Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF/FGEP; French: Fondation du Groupe d'étude de la Patrie), Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png a member has rejected claims that the group had a militia.

    Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png 2020 Western Togoland rebelion Western Togoland-icon.png[edit | edit source]

    On September 25, 2020, Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png secessionists demanded that Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball's forces leave the Volta Region after attacking several Ghana Police-icon.png police stations in the Volta Region-icon.png Volta Regionball. In a press statement declaring their secession from Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball, the Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png Homeland Study Group Foundation under the leadership of Homeland Study Group Foundation-icon.png Charles Kormi Kudzordz declared sovereignty over the area of Western Togoland-icon.png. Ghana-icon.png The Government of Ghanaball did not take the declaration seriously, viewing it as a joke just like Mauritania-icon.png Mauritaniaball, although an important security expert Ghana-icon.png Ghanaball urged Ghana-icon.png the government to treat the issue as a Ghana Police-icon.png national security risk.

    The AfCFTA headquarters was now handed over to Ghanaball from Rwanda-icon.png Rwandaball.

    Relations[edit | edit source]

    Friends[edit | edit source]

    • Ashanti Empire-icon.png Ashanti Empireball - Grandparent. It was of very rich and stronk, I am nostalgic so I want to be like it one day!
    • South Africa-icon.png South Africaball - Good trading partner. The second co-founder of the African Union and we are both rich and relevant. Good friend. We have a Nigeria-icon.png Common rival.
    • Ethiopia-icon.png Ethiopiaball - Landlocked Friend with a rich history and never colonized. My flag is based from yours. We are also the founders of African Union-icon.png THE AU.
    • Ivory Coast-icon.png Côte d'Ivoireball - Neighbor who was also named after the coast. It was adopted in Franceball's clay, and this is why it can be so annoying! but we can into cocoa! Also, it is my rival in who has better economy, and I'm winning so far.
    • Guinea-icon.png Guineaball - A Pan-Africanist like me. We can into removings British Empire-icon.pngFrance-icon.png colonialism. Ahmed Sekou Toure was a good friend with Kwame Nkrumah and we both used to be in the Union of African States-icon.png Union of African Statesball with Mali-icon.png Maliball.
    • Jamaica-icon.png Jamaicaball - Cool Friend in the Caribbean. I am planning to gib it monies soon.
    • USA-icon.png USAball - We have excellent relations and many of my students immigrate to its clay.
    • Netherlands-icon.png Netherlandsball - Real parent. But why you sold me to UKball?
    • Malaysia-icon.png Malaysiaball - Potential businessman and investor. Also it used my coffin dance to make its people to stay at home.
    • Pakistan-icon.png Pakistanball - We both have rivalry with our Overrated siblings since they hack shit! We trade a lot and it gibs monies and I gib gold.
    • India-icon.png Indiaball - It likes Nigeria and hates Pakistan, But at least it is the founder of the non-aligned movement, and we have Sindh Indians here. Your COVID cases though...
    • Bolivia-icon.png Boliviaball - We have similar flags. Me, it, and Ethiopia-icon.png Ethiopiaball like each other.
    • Indonesia-icon.png Indonesiaball - Sort of a Sibling, Thanks for the Indomie!!
    • Belgium-icon.png Belgiumball - It makes chocolate too! I'm trying to get a relationship with it.

    Neutral[edit | edit source]

    • Switzerland-icon.png Switzerlandball - Likes my chocolate because it helps its industries. And what is this child slavery stuff I been hearing? Dafuq?! That's it, my government will be giving no more chocy to you!
    • UK-icon.png UKball - Fake adoptive parent. I don't really like it but it taught me English, tea, and cricket. Also, rest in peace to your Elizabeth II-icon.png queen but... can we carry her coffin at her funeral? GhanaCoffinDance-icon.png⚰️GhanaCoffinDance-icon.png
    • China-icon.png Chinaball - You created TikTok and Coronavirus-icon.png Coronavirus (COVID) so I was "forced" to do the coffin dance. even your friend Pakistan hates TikTok. Though you did make my coffin dancing famous on ur stupid app, plus it gives investments, so I guess I will wait to keep your coffin.
    • Philippines-icon.png Philippinesball - Why did you replace my Coffin dance music with Finally Found You?

    Enemies[edit | edit source]

    Trivia[edit | edit source]

    • Ghanaball is the first independent countryball of Sub-Saharan Africa that was formerly colonized by a European country and hates colonialism.
    • Unlike many other colonized countryballs, it is very proud to be African (it invented Panafricanism) and wants to unite with the African diaspora in the Americas.
    • It can into peace and stability. (and space!)
    • Big Shaq (Michael Dapaah) is of Ghanian Descent and can speak Twi, Ghana's most widely spoken language. (THE TING GOES SKRRAAA)
    • Its best World Cup performance was the quarter-final.
    • The popular coffin dance meme originated from this country to gain relevance.

    How to draw[edit | edit source]

    Draw Ghanaball is simple:

    1. Divide the basic circle shape into three vertical stripes
    2. Color them of red, yellow and green
    3. Draw a black star in the yellow stripe
    4. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

    Flag colours[edit | edit source]

    Main colours[edit | edit source]

    Colour Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Lava 207, 9, 33 C0-M96-Y84-K19 #CF0921
    Jonquil 252, 210, 15 C0-M17-Y94-K1 #FCD20F
    Cadmium Green 0, 107, 61 C100-M0-Y43-K58 #006B3D

    Emblem colours[edit | edit source]

    Colour Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Black 0, 0, 0 C0-M0-Y0-K100 #000000

    Gallery[edit | edit source]

    Polandball Wiki has a gallery of artwork, comics, gifs and videos of Ghanaball.

    Click here to see it.


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