Tamale is West Africa’s fastest growing city and the capital town of the Northern Region of Ghana. It is also Ghana’s second largest city by area size. Located in the Kingdom of Dagbon, most residents of Tamale population are Muslims and this results to the various interesting mosques in the town.
Tamle is located 600 kilometers north of Accra and due to its central location; it serves as the center of administrative and commercial activities in the Northern region, along with some financial institutions and international non-governmental organization.
Often regarded as the gateway to the Northern region, it hosts so many ethnic groups such as Dagombe, Nanumba, Maamprusi, Gonja and Komkombas, Chekosis, Bimobas and Vaglas.
Due to the significant transformation of Tamale in the last few years, it has attracted companies to open branches in Tamale to further the trade market in the town.
The beautiful town grew from traditional mud houses to modern tall buildings, with good roads and infrastructure, while still maintaining its traditional outlook.