Ethnicity and Religion
The Bonos form majority of the population consisting of about 55% of the entire population with the Nafanas (Nfantra) accounting for about 40% and 5% for other minor ethnic groups. In terms of religion, the people in the district are predominantly Christians accounting for about 80%, Moslems about 15% and Traditionalists taking about 5%.
Traditional Political System and Culture
The district has three main paramouncies namely the Nafana Traditional Council with its headquarters at Sampa, Suma Traditional Council with its headquarters at Suma-Ahenkro and Kwatwoma Traditional Council with its headquarters at Seketia. The common festivals celebrated among the traditional area within the district include the Gombe Dance by Moslems to select wives at Sampa and the yam festivals celebrated annually.
Date Created : 11/16/2017 3:22:30 AM