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The Kusasi people (var. Kusaasi) are an ethnic group in northern Ghana and southern Burkina Faso. They speak Kusaal, a Gur language. The kusasi kingdom(kusaug kingdom) found in upper east region of Ghana covering 6 district namely bawku municipal,pusiga district,binduri district,bawku west district,garu district and tempane district. The capital of the kusaasi kingdom is bawku of which the paramouncy is located.
The Kusasi people celebrate the Samanpiid Festival. The festival is one that is used to thank God for a bumper harvest during the farming season. The festival was first celebrated in 1987.
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