|District||Ketu South District|
|Ranked 28th in Ghana|
|• Summer (DST)||GMT|
|Area code(s)||+233 (3625)|
Aflao is a town in Ketu South District in the Volta Region on Ghana's Togolese (eastern) border. Aflao is the twenty-eighth most populous settlement in Ghana, in terms of population, with a population of 66,546 people.
In the 18th century, Aflao served as one of the major markets for the slave trade.
Aflao is located on the eastern coast of Ghana and is the major border town with neighboring Togo.
- Joseph Kossivi Ahiator (1956-), artist
- Komla Dumor (1972 – 2014), journalist
- Ivan Srigboh-Afenu (1981-), Biometric and Security Expert
- [[Prof. Ernest Dumor] (), Educationist
- Ronald Y. Deku (1982 – 20--), Insurer
- "World Gazetteer online". World-gazetteer.com. Archived from the original on 2012-01-11.
- Togbui, Fiti. "Togbui Fiti Appeals For Gov't Intervention In Aflao Dispute". Spyghana. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
- "Production slumps at Diamond Cement". ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 26 February 2014.
- Cement siding opened.
- Dickson, K. B. "Trade Patterns in Ghana at the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century." Geographical Review 56.3 (1966): 417-431.
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