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on April 17, 2020 56 views

Angola Versus Ghana, Which country Is Better
Hello Displorers, welcome to another informative video and thanks for watching. In today’s video, we shall be comparing two African countriesm Angola and Ghana, to see which comes on top.Angola and Ghana are two equally strong countries with many things in common. Though both countries are unique in their own ways, they somewhat have similar features. Many factors go into deciding which country is a better option such as the primary aim of the trip and what you intend doing in both Countries
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Geography and Demography .
Angola officially the Republic of Angola, is a country on the west coast of Southern Africa. It is the seventh-largest country in Africa, bordered by Namibia to the south, the Democratic Republic of Congo to the north, Zambia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The capital and largest city of Angola is Luanda. A highly multiethnic country, Angola's 25.8 million people span tribal groups, customs, and traditions spread over 1,246,620 km2 of land area.Angola, although located in a tropical zone, has a climate that is uncharacteristic for this zone, due to the confluence of three factors; The Benguela cold Currentalong the southern part of the coast,the relief in the interior,and influence of the Namib Desert in the southwest.As a result, Angola's climate is characterized by two seasons; rainfall from November to April and drought, known as Cacimbo, from May to October, drier, as the name implies, and with lower temperatures. With average annual temperatures above 23 °Celsius , the interior zone can be divided into three areas:North, with high rainfall and high temperatures,Central Plateau, with a dry season and average temperatures of the order of 19 °C,South with very high thermal amplitudes due to the proximity of the Kalahari Desert and the influence of masses of tropical air.
Ghana, officially the Republic of Ghana, is a country located along the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West Africa. Spanning a land mass of 238,535 km2, Ghana is bordered by the Ivory Coast in the west, Burkina Faso in the north, Togo in the east, and the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean in the south.Ghana's population of approximately 30 million spans a variety of ethnic, linguistic and religious groups. According to census, 71.2% of the population are Christian, 17.6% Muslim, and 5.2% practiced traditional faiths. Ghana is located on the Gulf of Guinea, only a few degrees north of the Equator, therefore giving it a warm climate.The climate of Ghana is tropical and there are two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. Around 29% of the population is under the age of 15, while persons aged 15–64 make up 57.8% of the population. Close analysis of the demographics and geography of the country indicate that Angola is bigger in land mass than Ghana but Ghana has a higher population than Angola. It further shows that Angola’s temperature and climate is harsher due to desert effects meanwhile that is Ghana is more temperate and friendly. Hence, we give it up for Ghana in this round.
Due to the extensive warfare, most of Angola's infrastructure has been destroyed however Angola is still a beautiful country. Luanda its capital city is very developed with beautiful houses and clean streets. There are 19,156km of paved roads and a total of 2,952km of rail tracks. There are 32 airports with paved runways and 217 with unpaved runways. Perhaps no sector has suffered more than transportation from the war. Roads, railways, and bridges have been severely damaged and more than 60% of the paved road network needs repair. The telecommunications industry is considered one of the main strategic sectors in Angola.In October 2014, the building of an optic fiber underwater cable was announced. This project aims to turn Angola into a continental hub, thus improving Internet connections both nationally and internationally.
Ghana on the other hand has been improving in its infrastructure for decades now to attain one of the best infrastructural systems in Africa. The soft components of Ghana’s infrastructure base have witnessed improving performance over the past two decades, thereby helping the country to maintain satisfactory growth. The country’s rising trade has been reflected in growing cargo throughput, which increased from 15.99 million in 2014 to about 23.13 million in

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