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Ghana Flag

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The Ghana flag is a horizontal red, yellow, and green tricolor. In the center is a black 5-pointed star.
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Our Ghanaian flag is a great choice for flying outside homes, businesses, schools, or government buildings. These flags are constructed in the USA using high-quality nylon fabric. Nylon is a material that dries quickly after contact with water, which helps to prevent mildew growth. The tricolor and black star are digitally printed for vibrant colors using UV-resistant inks, helping to protect your flag from sun damage.

Each flag of Ghana has a sturdy canvas heading and brass grommets for secure attachment to any of our outdoor flagpoles. We offer this flag in sizes 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. The 3’ x 5’ is our bestselling size and is an excellent fit for our 6’ house-mounted pole.

Republic of Ghana Flag Features:

  • Manufactured in America, supporting domestic industry
  • Authentic 1957 design
  • 100% pure nylon
  • Robust canvas heading
  • Brass grommets for reliable mounting

Interested in a ceremonial version? Our indoor Ghana flag comes adorned with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

Ghana Flag Meaning & History

The national flag of Ghana was adopted on March 6, 1957, as the country was in the process of attaining independence from the British Empire. Theodosia Okoh, a Ghanaian artist, created the flag’s design.

The red stripe symbolizes the bloodshed during the struggle for independence. The yellow stands for gold and other natural resources found in the country, such as diamonds. The green is for the nation’s forests, which supply timber, cacao pods, and shea butter. The black star in the center of the flag represents the emancipation of Africa and freedom from colonialization.


Other Details

Motto: "Freedom and Justice"
Capital: Accra
Language(s): English
Currency: Ghana Cedi
Government: Unitary Presidential Constitutional Democracy
Flag Meaning: The red epitomizes the blood shed during the fight for freedom, the yellow represents mineral abundance, the green represents the vegetation, and the black star symbolizes the African people and their freedom.