|Elevation||892 ft (272 m)|
|• Ethnicity||Akan people|
|• Summer (DST)||GMT|
Nsawkaw is a town and is the capital of Tain district of the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. The hometown of the native people of Nsoko was Hani Begho (pronounced Bew). It has a population of about 6000.
History teaches that the people of Nsoko emerged from a hole and first settled at Hani. Tradition further recalls that during their stay at Hani, a self-styled creator came with his mother called ASO to stay with them. Sooner than later, the mother died and when he (the self-styed creator) was informed about the death, he exclaimed “Asoko”, meaning ASO is gone, and eventually became Nsoko which has been Anglicized Nsawkaw.
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