Last week we called for a long-term mission to Ghana and Chad. We will now, tell a little about the people that you who accept this challenge will find. So get ready for an unforgettable trip. The first people are the GONJA.
These people are located in the northern part of Ghana, and a scholarship is concentrated in the southern half of the country. Most people in the north still live from subsistence agriculture to the substrate of bricks and thatched roofs.
There are 351,000 people in total, with only 4% Christians. The main religion is Islam and it is classified as an unreached people because as they have less than 5% of their population being Christian.