The Chumburu are part of the Guan ethnic group in Ghana and are located in three regions:Northern, Volta and Brong-Ahafo region of Ghana. They are indigenous in three Regions of Ghana:

Both traditional areas of chumburung in Brong-Ahafo and Volta regions are at the shores of Lake Volta.

The Chumburu speak the Chumburung language.[1]

  1. , section about Chumburung, must be corrected in a number of ways. Furthermore, Kabesi is an exclave of the Nawuri kingdom around the town of Kpandae.
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