Nsuta

Nsuta

 

a city in the Western Region in southern Ghana. Population, approximately 8,000. The city is linked by rail with the port of Takoradi. Large quantities of manganese ore are mined at the Nsuta deposit nearby. In 1972 approximately 300,000 tons of the ore were extracted.

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Turkson comes from humble beginnings as the child of a carpenter and vegetable seller from the mining town of Wassa Nsuta in western Ghana.
A: Yes, there were separate states like Kwaman, Dwaben, Nsuta, Mampong, and Kumawu.
In fact, a majority of the great Asante aman, such as Mampong, Bekwai, Dwaben, Nsuta, Kumawu, and Ejisu, joined with the British in the suppression of the officially condemned "revolt" led by the royal family at Kumasi.
The Nsuta manganese mine is located in the Western Region, about 64 km from Takoradi.
A rebellion waged by the subordinate states--Kumasi, Dwaben, Nsuta, Bekwai, Mampon, Kumawu and others within the Denkyira administration saw the defeat of the Denkyirahene, Ntim Gyakari.
For Ghana, with production at the Nsuta mine raised to levels approaching 600K mt/yr, China was developing as a market for perhaps as much as one-half of production, particularly because Ghanaian carbonate ore can be used for smelting in China in place of China's own production of that type of ore.
GNMC) mine at Nsuta recorded an increase in manganese production from 274,705 t in 1989 to 364,249 t in 1990.
Ghana's Nsuta mine is being privatized by the government.
BHP-Utah is drilling on two prospects at Nsuta in the west of the country and at Dunkwa in the Ashanti area and reports favourable grades and widths.