|Maintained by Ghana Highways Authority|
|Length||578 km (359 mi)|
| Ghana Road Network |
The N10 or National Highway 10 is a national highway in Ghana that begins at Kumasi and runs north to Burkina Faso, where it turns into the N5 of Burkina Faso. This makes it to one of the most important economical connections to Burkina Faso. At Tamale the N10 intersects with N9. At Bolgatanga the N10 intersects with N11.The N10 spans a distance of 578 kilometers.
Major towns and cities along the route of the N10 include Kumasi, Techiman, Tamale, Bolgatanga, Navrongo and Paga.
Transport in Burkina Faso consists primarily of road, air and rail transportation. The World Bank classified country's transportation as underdeveloped but noted that Burkina Faso is a natural geographic transportation hub for West Africa.
Transport in Ghana is accomplished by road, rail, air and water. Ghana's transportation and communications networks are centered in the southern regions, especially the areas in which gold, cocoa, and timber are produced. The northern and central areas are connected through a major road system.
Tamale, officially called Tamale Metropolitan Area is the fastest growing city in West Africa. It is the capital city of the Northern Region of Ghana. The City is a current hotspot for invest in the West African sub-region. It is stable, peaceful and presents limitless opportunities for potential investors. The people of the City are know for their unique hospitality and friendliness. Tamale is Ghana's third-largest city. It has a projected population of 950,124 according to the Tamale Metropolitan Assemblt Official Website. It is the fastest-growing city in West Africa. The city is located 600 km (370 mi) north of Accra. Most residents of Tamale are Muslims, as reflected by the multitude of mosques in Tamale, most notably the Central Mosque, Afa Ajura Mosque( Ambariyyah Mosque), and The Ahmadiyyah Muslim mission Mosque.
Bolgatanga, colloquially known as Bolga, is a town and the capital of the Bolgatanga Municipal District and Upper East Region of Ghana, adjacent to the border with Burkina Faso. Bolgatanga has over 2012 settlement and a population of about 66,685 people. Bolgatanga is 161 km to the north of Tamale. Bolgatanga lies in the Red Volta River Valley, with the White Volta River and the cliffs of the Gambaga Escarpment to the south of the town forming the southern boundary of the Upper East region.
Paga is a small town in Upper East region of Ghana, lying north of Bolgatanga. Paga is the capital of Kassena Nankana West District, a district in the Upper East region of north Ghana. The town is located on the border of Burkina Faso and is 166 km south of Ouagadougou via the N5 highway, the main road linking Ghana and Burkina Faso.
The Upper East Region is located in north Ghana and is the second smallest of 10 now 16 administrative regions in Ghana, occupying a total land surface of 8,842 square kilometers or 2.7 per cent of the total land area of Ghana. The Upper East regional capital is Bolgatanga, sometimes referred to as Bolga. Other major towns in the region include Navrongo, Paga, Bawku and Zebilla.
Tenkodogo is the capital city of Boulgou Province and the Centre-Est Region of Burkina Faso with a population of 44,491 (2006).
The Catholic Church in Ghana is part of the worldwide Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the pope in Rome.
Societe Generale Ghana Limited (SG) is a bank that is based in Ghana, previously known as Société Générale - Social Security Bank (SG-SSB). The bank is part of the Société Générale banking group. The bank is based in Accra and its stock is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It is a component of the GSE All-Share Index. According to its website it is the 7th largest bank in Ghana and has 45 networked branches in Ghana.
Ghana Railway Corporation operates the railways of Ghana. The Ghana Railway Company Limited is a public-sector body with responsibility for the efficient management of the national rail system so as to enhance the smooth movement of goods and passengers.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tamale is the Metropolitan See for the Ecclesiastical province of Tamale in Ghana.
The railway stations in Ghana serve a rail network concentrated in the south of the country.
The railway system in Ghana has historically been confined to the plains south of the barrier range of mountains north of the city of Kumasi. However, the 1,067 mm narrow gauge railway, totalling 935 kilometres, is undergoing major rehabilitation and inroads to the interior are now being made. In Ghana, most of the lines are single tracked, and in 1997 it was estimated that 32 kilometres were double tracked.
Prudential Bank Limited (PBL), commonly known as Prudential Bank, is a private commercial bank in Ghana. It is licensed by the Bank of Ghana, the central bank and national banking regulator.
Abofour is a town in the Offinso Municipality in Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Bank of Africa Ghana Limited, also referred to as BOA Ghana, is a commercial bank in Ghana. It is one of the commercial banks licensed by Bank of Ghana, the central bank of Ghana, and the national banking regulator. the bank has 33 branches in 2015.
The N4 or National Highway 4 is a national highway in Ghana that begins at the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange in Accra and runs through Adenta, Koforidua, and Asokore to join the N6, which continues on to Kumasi. It serves as an alternate route from Accra to Kumasi, with a total distance of 110 kilometers. The route runs through the Greater Accra and Eastern regions of Ghana.
The N6 or National Highway 6 is a national highway in Ghana that begins at the Nsawam road junction off the N1 in Accra and runs through Nsawam, Nkawkaw, and Ejisu to Kumasi, where it meets the N4. At Kumasi, the N6 intersects with the N10, R52, R108, and IR5.
The N11 or National Highway 11 is a national highway in Ghana that begins at Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region (N10) and runs east to Bawku, where it intersects with the N2. The N11 is 110.8 km long.
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