Top 35 Ghana Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Ghana Quotes from famous people such as Amanda Hearst, Philomena Kwao, Sam Richardson, Michael Essien, Claudio Reyna, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

In 2009, designer Tina Tangalakis went on a volunteer t

In 2009, designer Tina Tangalakis went on a volunteer trip to Ghana and instantly fell in love with the country and its people. It was from that trip that Della was born, a company that provides jobs, education, and skills training to women in Ghana.
Amanda Hearst
I grew up in the U.K. and now reside in the United States, and my family is from Ghana.
Philomena Kwao
I grew up watching ‘Ghostbusters.’ I loved that movie before I knew it was a comedy! As a kid, I lived between Ghana and Detroit and in Ghana for, like, first and second grade. And I had a VHS tape of that, and I would watch it every day. It’s kind of like why I got into comedy.
Sam Richardson
I always spend my summer in Ghana. I don’t go anywhere else.
Michael Essien
My goal is always to help other women with programs that help them live better lives, especially is areas where health care is missing. Both of my parents are from Ghana, where there is a need for health care in the smaller villages.
Philomena Kwao
I think we have a good team, but soccer fans will know that we’re in a really tough group. The three teams in our group are really strong. The Czech Republic is a very good team, Italy is traditionally a powerhouse, and Ghana is one of the best teams in Africa.
Claudio Reyna
Globalization has made copper and other minerals more valuable, and Ghana and Kenya have recently discovered mineral resources.
Bill Gates
What was nice for me was that when I got to secondary school – like high school – I met many other Ghanaian schoolgirls whose parents were also born in Ghana and were raising them here. We automatically had a huge kinship that was amazing.
Michaela Coel
Aboutrika has done well with Egypt, winning the Nations Cup in Ghana, as well as helping Ahly win the Champions League for a record sixth time.
Jay-Jay Okocha
My mom is from Ghana, and my dad is from Detroit, so I would go back and forth to Africa a lot.
Sam Richardson
Every Christmas, all around Ghana, there are tons of these parties and they are full of everything that exists in human life in Ghana and worldwide.
Taiye Selasi
The U.S. should support the Nigerian government to stay in Sierra Leone under the ECOMOG umbrella. The U.S. should also support other countries, including Ghana, in ECOMOG until stability is established.
Ed Royce
After 11 seasons, I retired from football. Four months later I was in Ghana shooting ‘Beasts of No Nation’ as an executive producer.
Nnamdi Asomugha
I got to go to Ghana, Africa and I got to go to the Dominican Republic. You know, just across the world and see their response to my music.
As far as producing, I was thrown into it on a film called Beasts of No Nation when we were in Ghana three months after I retired.
Nnamdi Asomugha
Being that beacon of hope; not just people in Ghana, but any kind of people that have gone through the struggle, I take a lot of light of being that beacon of hope and inspiration for anybody that wants to achieve anything.
Kofi Kingston
We had so much fun in Ghana and they are really lovely people.
Adrian Edmondson
The big thing in Ghana is a strong sense that if you failed in your education that was it. There was no system… to give you support later on, there really wasn’t much of a second chance so there was a big emphasis in… this is your life chance and you have got to take it.
Sam Gyimah
We went through tough times when I was very young and I’m so infinitely grateful to my parents. Their journey began during the civil war in Liberia and we came to Canada via Ghana. I’m in the happy situation where I can say I can enjoy every single day of my life.
Alphonso Davies
My mum is from Ghana, and she used to play highlife music in the house, and my dad used to listen to music.
Fleur East
My dad is actually from Ghana in West Africa, and I was actually born in Ghana, too, and came to the United States when I was two years old. It’s always football over there, soccer, but becoming a Massachusetts native, you can’t help but get sucked into all the sports.
Kofi Kingston
I am on my way to Ghana tomorrow morning and you just need to know that this Administration is very focused on doing all we can to promote economic development in this part of the world, in Africa, throughout Africa, North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.
Donald Evans
My mom is from Ghana, and my dad is from the States, so even in my family when I was growing up, my mom said I was the American one, and my dad said I was the weird African one.
Sam Richardson
My parents are from Ghana. Until I was 17, I thought you had to go to college. I had no idea. I didn’t know it was not an option.
Ato Essandoh
I want to be 100 per cent; I want to give everything when I come to play for Ghana.
Kevin-Prince Boateng
I grew up as a British kid – I went to school in London, roamed the streets of London – but having these interactions with my roots and going back to Ghana, I’m like, ‘Yeah this is sick.’ I love my country and my people, and the energy and vibes that they bring back. So I want to rep that and be a part of it.
In Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Angola and Cameroon maize is a staple, yet the earliest mention of maize in west Africa comes from a Portuguese document that lists it as being loaded on to slave ships bound for Africa.
Kwasi Kwarteng
I do feel my African side, but I’ve always wanted to play for Germany. Ghana did contact me, but I told them and my dad that I was sure I wanted to play for Germany.
Jerome Boateng
I’m from Ghana, in West Africa, and all the women in Ghana absolutely love shea butter. We use it for everything, head to toe. I’ve used it all my life.
Philomena Kwao
My mother was from upstate New York; she’s of Irish and German descent. My father was from Ghana.
Vic Mensa
In Ghana, most of the women I know do not identify as sexy, and the reason may be cultural. With imported beauty standards from the West, it seems that many African women feel they need to be fair and slim to be beautiful.
Philomena Kwao
I work predominantly with tailors from Nigeria, Ghana,

I work predominantly with tailors from Nigeria, Ghana, and Senegal.
My mum was born and raised in Ghana and has a lot of Ghanaian values and traditions and morals. All that rubbed off on me, and that’s why I have a lot of love and good energy in me – that universal energy is a Ghanaian thing.
I loved ‘Ghana Must Go’ by Taiye Selasi. It’s about a first-generation African family living in America that has to return home to Nigeria when their estranged father passes away.
Uzo Aduba
I am from Ghana, and although Ghana is celebrated as a relatively peaceful country in a historically war-torn region, the issues of development and recovery are still apparent.
Philomena Kwao