How many states does Anloland have? What are the list of Anloland in Ghana?
Anloland is not a specific administrative region in Ghana; rather, it is a cultural and historical area inhabited by the Anlo people, primarily in the Volta Region of Ghana. Anloland includes several towns and communities. Here is a list of some prominent towns and communities within Anloland:
1. Anyanui – A Rich Tapestry of Communities
- Comprising Atiteti, Ƒuveme, Agorkedzi, Kpɔkpɔgbɔ, Bomigo, and Tunu, Anyanui is a diverse and culturally vibrant region within Anloland.
2. Dzita – A Harmonious Blend of Traditions
- Dzita encompasses Agbledomi, Bateƒe, and Akplɔwotɔkɔ, where unique traditions and customs are celebrated.
3. Atɔkɔ (Atorkor)– Embracing Heritage and Unity
- Atɔkɔ includes Amegatsekɔƒe and Dakɔdzi, promoting a sense of heritage and unity among its inhabitants.
4. Srɔgboe – The Essence of Salo Town
- Srɔgboe extends its reach to cover the town of Salo, celebrating the heart of this vibrant community.
5. Whuti (Ʋuti) – Genui’s Radiant Presence
- Whuti includes the Genui (Ɣenui) town and other minor villages, reflecting the radiant presence of this region.
6. Aŋlɔga – The Epicenter of Anloland
- Aŋlɔga stands as the main seat of the Overlord of Anloland, where the essence of Anlo culture comes alive.
7. Woe – A Neighborly Connection
- Woe, an immediate neighbor of Aŋlɔga, shares a deep connection with the traditions and culture of Anloland.
8. Tegbi – The Enigmatic ‘Kumatsoagbegbor’
- Known as ‘Kumatsoagbegbor’ among the Anlos, Tegbi plays a unique role in preserving the cultural heritage of the region.
9. Dzelukoƒe – A Haven of Rich Traditions
- Dzelukoƒe, encompassing Vui, Tetekɔƒe, Tetevikɔƒe, and Nukpesekɔƒe, is a haven of rich traditions and customs.
10. Keta – The Jewel of Abutiakɔƒe
- Keta comprises Abutiakɔƒe, Kedzikɔƒe, and Adzido, forming a captivating jewel within Anloland.
11. Vodza – Embracing the New Zongo
- Vodza extends its reach to cover the new Zongo, reflecting the evolving landscape of Anloland.
12. Kedzi – A Land of Rich Heritage
- Kedzi shares a land boundary with Blekusu along the Keta-Aƒlao road and is known for its rich heritage.
13. Blekusu – Coastal Majesty
- Blekusu, known for its coastal beauty, is a majestic town along the shores of Anloland, celebrated for its marine fishing.
14. Agavedzi – Along the Keta-Aƒlao Stretch
- Agavedzi is found along the Keta-Aƒlao stretch, offering a unique blend of culture and history.
15. Adina – The Harvest of Fish
- Adina, known as a place of fish harvest, comprises Amutinu, Agɔko, and several small villages.
16. Adafienu – Celebrating Abundance
- Adafienu is a region known for its abundance, where culture and tradition thrive.
17. Denu – A Tapestry of Communities
- Denu covers Xedzranawo and Akame, weaving a tapestry of diverse communities within Anloland.
18. Aƒlao – A Cultural Gem
- Aƒlao, referred to as ‘Flawu’ among the Anlos, covers Vieƒe, Avoeme, Whudoaba (Ʋuɖɔba), and other villages, preserving the cultural gems of the region.
19. Agbozume – Home to Nogokpo and Sonuto
- Agbozume, known as the home of Nogokpo and Sonuto, holds a special place in the hearts of its residents.
20. Klikɔ – A Land of Great People
- Klikɔ, a land of great people, shares borders with Agbozume and exudes a sense of community pride.
21. Afiaɖenyigba – Nurturing Traditions
- Afiaɖenyigba encompasses Tengekɔƒe and other adjoining communities, nurturing and preserving Anlo traditions.
22. Weta (Ʋeta) – Embracing Tradition and Culture
- Weta (Ʋeta) covers Avalavi or Awhalavi (Aʋalavi), Klenɔmadi, Atiteti Exi, Adzortsi, and other villages, embracing the rich tradition and culture of Anloland.
23. Afiƒe – An Eloquent Tradition
- Afiƒe, known as ‘Afife,’ covers Agɔvega, Tsiyinu, Kpɔkuve, Vume, Whute (Ʋute), Woxaʋu, and other villages, eloquently preserving Anlo heritage.
24. Abɔlɔve – A Heritage of Greatness
- Abɔlɔve, also known as ŋɔlɔƒi/Nolofi, is a renowned town with a heritage of greatness.
25. Anyako-Konu – Embracing Diversity
- Anyako-Konu is a land that covers Efe and Seva, embracing the diversity of Anloland.
26. Sasieme – The Spirit of Fiasienyeame
- Sasieme, originally pronounced as Fiasienyeame, represents the spirit and vitality of its residents.
27. Abor (Abɔ) – A Town of Heritage
- Abor (Abɔ) is a town that includes Heluvi, Atsiame, Weme, Kutsime, and Kutsidzi, preserving the rich heritage of Anloland.
28. Tsiame – A Tapestry of Villages
- Tsiame encompasses villages like Netsime, Dɔveme, and others that continue to enrich the cultural tapestry of Anloland.
29. Asaɖame – A Neighbor to Tsiame
- Asaɖame, a neighbor to the Tsiame community, plays an integral role in fostering unity and tradition.
30. Atiavi – A Historical Legacy
- Atiavi, formerly known as “Adina,” covers Hatɔgodo, Agɔvinu, Lawoasime, Hɔtagbɔ, Gbetuinu, Aveli,