Categories: Ethnicities

Originally a colonialist term to describe a subset of Gur-speaking peoples in northern Ghana because of their greeting “Ya Fara-Fara?” meaning “How is your suffering (work)?”, they have since embraced the new appellation. They traditionally practice slash-and-burn agriculture and grow sesame and tobacco as cash crops.

Fra-fra, Frafra, Fra, Guernne, Gurene, Gurenne, Gurune, Nankana, Nankani
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