Krobo people

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Krobo girl carrying water, late 19th century

The Krobo people are an ethnic group in Ghana. They are grouped as part of Ga-Adangbe ethnolinguistic group and they are also the largest group of the seven Dangme ethnic groups of Southeastern Ghana. The Krobo are a farming people who occupy Accra Plains, Akuapem Mountains and the Afram Basin.[1]

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  1. ^ The Krobo People of Ghana to 1892: A Political and Social History. Louis Edward Wilson Ohio University, Center for International Studies, 1991