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Are there problems with ethnic or religious prejudices? Gender equality?

There is a sizable Muslim minority here, but I haven't noticed any discrimination. - Aug 4, 2017
Not really, other than hating Nigerians. - Apr 6, 2017
The Christian/Muslim diversity within the country does not cause any issues. - Aug 11, 2016
Local Ghanaians blame everything on the Nigerians but otherwise no. - May 4, 2014
Foreigners are very conspicuous in Ghana. Most people, however, are either genuinely curious about you or, if you’re in a touristy area, they are trying to sell you something. As for religion, they have every denomination you could want -- Presbyterian and Muslim seem to be the most prevalent. - Apr 24, 2012
Women are not treated with as much respect as they should be. - Aug 9, 2011
You get called, "Obruni" and your prices are higher, but it's no big deal. - Feb 24, 2010
Ghanaians are friendly and welcoming to all. Within Ghana there is little-to-no conflict between religious communities. There is a large local community of Lebanese and Indian merchants. - May 24, 2009