Have you ever considered market places as places tourists also spend money? Open-air markets are an integral part of society in Ghana. Some of them operate every day, others on a regular cycle. Check out how many markets you can identify from the clues given to solve this week’s word puzzle on ‘Markets in Ghana’. ALL THE BEST!
REMINDER: The is in an image form so you will not be able to write on it. However, you may use the comment section to write your answers to correspond to the numbers against them.
The answers will be displayed next week.
SOLUTIONS for LAST WEEK’S WORD PUZZLE-GHANAIAN NAMES
|1. BLEWU||2. HABIBAH||3. GAMELI||4. KATAKYIE|
|5. AYORKOR||6. SOWAH||7. SERWAA||8. MENSAH|
|9. DROMO||10. NYOMOWOKO||11. ODENEHO||12.*NAKIE|
|13. EXORNAM||14.* TETTEH|
My attention was drawn to the following:
* Clues 12 and 14: Reference to Ga Adangbe should read Ga Dangbe.
Note: There is nothing like Adangbe.
I understand solution for 12 should read NARKIE not NAKIE. The latter was used as the solution.
Thank you all for participating and for your comments.