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(3) For the purposes of this Act, a person born aboard a registered ship or aircraft or aboard an unregistered ship or aircraft of the government of any country, shall be deemed to have been born in the place in which the ship or aircraft was registered or in that country.(2) Notwithstanding the repeal in subsection (1) of this section any Regulations made under Act 361 or continued in force under that Act and in force immediately before the coming into force of this Act shall continue in force until amended or revoked under this Act.

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(2) Without prejudice to article 94(2)(a) of the Constitution, no citizen of Ghana shall qualify to be appointed as a holder of any office specified in this subsection if he/she holds the citizenship of any other country in addition to his/her citizenship of Ghana— (5) A citizen who has lost his/her citizenship as a result of the law in Ghana which prohibited the holding of dual citizenship by a Ghanaian may on an application to the President be issued with a certificate of citizenship which shall be effective from the date of issue.

(1) If any citizen of Ghana of age and capacity who is also a citizen of another country makes a declaration of renunciation of citizenship of Ghana, the Minister shall cause the declaration to be registered; and upon the registration, that person shall cease to be a citizen of Ghana.

Although the Ghanaian landscape is littered with hundreds of tribal languages, there are certain languages that are spoken by a a large chunk of the population.

The average Ghanaian speaks at least two languages, the majority even more, and you’re bound to pick up interesting words, phrases and idioms, which will, in turn, make you more beloved by Ghanaians who adore a foreigner attempting to speak one of their languages.

Food is a serious business, so don’t expect to talk much during the actual eating of a meal (that could actually be shared by two, sometimes even three people), as the expression ‘chop time, no friends’, rather pithily explains.

A full belly is important to Ghanaians, so when it comes to tucking into your food, don’t be shy.

(2) A person to whom a certificate of naturalisation is granted under subsection (1) shall take the oath of allegiance and become a citizen by naturalisation from the date on which the oath of allegiance is taken.

(2) The President, in other special circumstances as he thinks fit and upon the approval of the President, may modify, vary or waive any one of the qualifications for naturalisation set out in this section except the qualification specified in subsection 1 (b) and 1 (e) of this section.

A person is a citizen of Ghana by birth if he/she was born in or outside Ghana on or after 22 August 1969 and before 24 September 1979 and at the date of his birth either of his/her parents was a citizen of Ghana.

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