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Coordinates: 6°13′16″N0°05′13″E / 6.221°N 0.087°E / 6.221; 0.087 Coordinates: 6°13′16″N0°05′13″E / 6.221°N 0.087°E / 6.221; 0.087
Country Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana
Region Eastern Region
District Asuogyaman District
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Senchi is a town in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region of Ghana.



Senchi is situated along the west banks of the Volta Lake.


Senchi is well noted as the location of the Royal Senchi Resort and The Senchi Consensus [1] [2]

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  1. "Where Leisure Meets Luxury On The Volta Lake". Retrieved 2015-05-25.
  2. "Senchi Consensus Archives - citifmonline". citifmonline. Retrieved 2015-05-25.

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