Chief of Gblede, Gbogame Togbe Adagra VI believes his town and people are lucky to have the tallest mountain in Ghana located in their enclave.
Mount Afadja, popularly known as Mountain Afadjato, is the highest mountain in Ghana and have in the past received arguably one of the highest patronage as a tourist site.
According to Gbogame Togbe Adagra VI, his town has been recognized by many due to the existence of the mountain.
“For us here in Gblede, it is a blessing to have the highest mounting in Ghana located here,” he told Atinka TV’s Adwoa Mirekua Ampomah.
“Our town is known my many because of the Mountain here. We usually have lots of people coming down here to tour the place.
“And I personally believe it has served a great purpose to us. Foreigners always flood this place to have a feel of the Mountain.”
The Mountain is located 885 metres (2,904 ft) above sea level, 178 kilometers (111 mi) northeast of Accra, and 178 kilometers (111 mi) northwest of Lomé, the capital of Togo. “Afadja” is an Ewe name which means Mountain.
One would always name Mount Afadja as one of Ghana’s most attractive tourist sites.