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Subject: Pru District, Transport in Ghana, Ejura, Kwadjokrom, Brong-Ahafo Region
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Official logo of Yeji
Pru District logo
Yeji is located in Ghana
Location of Yeji in Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana
Country  Ghana
Region Brong-Ahafo Region
District Pru District
Elevation 107 m (351 ft)
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) GMT (UTC)

Yeji is a small town in south Ghana and is the capital of Pru District of the Brong-Ahafo Region of Eastern Region, Ghana. Yeji is in the north-east of Brong-Ahafo Region, and is adjacent to Lake Volta. Yeji is connected by highway to Ejura and Kwadjokrom.[1][2]

Yeji and its surroundings form the homeland of a branch of the Chumburu people, who also have a traditional area in the kingdom of Chumburung, at the other side of Lake Volta. They speak the Chumburung language, but the Yeji dialect is quite different from the one spoken in Chumburung itself. Apart from the Chumburu, Kokombas, Gonjas and others are also native in Yeji.


  1. ^ Touring Brong Ahafo Region
  2. ^ District: Pru

External links

  • Yeji, Ghana at Google Maps

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