De Northern Region be one of de sixteen regions wey dey Ghana insyd. E dey insyd de north of de country den ein be de second largest of de sixteen regions wey dey Ghana insyd. Nah before dem split am, e dey cover area of 70,384 square kilometres or 31 percent of Ghana's area. Insyd December 2018, dem create Savannah Region den North East Region from am. De Northern Region be divided into 14 districts. Tamale, largest city of Ghana be de capital town of de region.
Dema Geography den climate[edit | edit source]
Location den size[edit | edit source]
De Northern Region be bordered on de north by de North East region, on de east by de eastern Ghana-Togo international border, on de south by de Oti region, den on de west by de Savannah Region. Northern region dey mak up of 14 districts.
Climate den vegetation[edit | edit source]
De Northern Region be Guinea Savanna grassland. De Guinea Savanna be de wettest of de three savanna ecological zones. De vegetation dey comprise predominantly of woodalnds den grasslands. Between January den March be de dry season. De wet season dey between May den October, with an average annual rainfall of 750 to 1050 mm (30 to 40 inches). De highest temperatures dey reach at the end of the dry season, de lowest ein December den January. However, de Harmattan wind from de Sahara blow frequently between December den the beginning of February. De temperatures can vary between 14 °C (59 °F) at night den 40 °C (104 °F) during de day.
Dema Economy[edit | edit source]
Just like all parts of Ghana, More than half of de economically active population be agriculture. De region dey be one of de most agriculturally important regions wey dey insyd Ghana. Ein get de largest reserve of iron ore.
Dema Demographics[edit | edit source]
De Northern Region dey contain much of de territories wey dey de Kingdom of Dagbon den Dagbani be de language wey dem speak more, den English. Dagbani dey part of de Oti–Volta subfamily insyd de Niger–Congo language family. Other languages wey dem speak for de region insyd include Likpakpaln den Nawuri.