Its presence in modern-day Ghana dates back to the 10th century to coincide with the demise of the Ghana Empire.

The population of Muslims in Ghana is about 30% The majority of Muslims in Ghana are followers of Sunni Islam, with approximately 16% belonging to the Ahmadiyya movement and approximately 8% belonging to Shia Islam.

Furthermore, the British colonial government in the nineteenth century enlisted people from various northern predominantly Muslim communities into the colonial army.

Finally, the mass exodus of immigrants into forest areas of Ghana following the 1892 Sack of Salaga by joint forces of Dagomba, Namumba and Gonja Kingdoms significantly depleted Muslim populations in the North while boosting that of the South.

Muslim population is concentrated in Northern Ghana and in Zongo communities scattered across the country.

Zongo communities are settlements predominated by immigrants from Sahelian areas of West Africa who have adopted Hausa language as a lingua franca.

From this social experiment, more girls were rather cool with leaving their phone numbers. Watch this one, as they also ask some girls how much they would charge for sex that night.

Islam is one of the major religions practiced widely in Ghana.Prominent Sufi orders represented in Ghana are the Tijaniyya and Qadiriyya.Sufism is common among the immigrant Muslim population of Ghana, also known as the Zongos. Sunni Islam was introduced into Ghana as part of the 1940s reformist activities of late Ghanaian Mujaddid, Afa Ajura, since the 1940s predate the tenth century.Members of the Zongo community are mistakenly but commonly regarded as Northerners.However, the two communities are distinct, having different cultures and languages.Guided by the authority of the Muslim Representative Council, religious, social, and economic matters affecting Muslims have often been redressed through negotiations.