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Tsito main town is made up of seven clans. These are Tsanodza, Tsanodome, Tsanoanyigbe, Norni, Zorgbe,Awatey and Awalime
Country Flag of Ghana.svg Ghana
Region Volta Region

Tsito is a town in the Volta Region of Ghana.

Tsito means 'by water' or 'by the river'. It is also a settlement discovered after a migratory exploits of is founders, when they were trying to erect a police post for the paramountcy of Awudome traditional area. There are 2 secondary schools in Tsito.

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