Salvation Army operations began in Ghana in 1922 when Lieutenant King Hudson was commissioned to ‘open fire’ in his home town of Duakwa. Ensign and Mrs Charles Roberts were also appointed to pioneer work in Accra.
Work in neighbouring Togo was officially recognised on 1 April 2011.
Countries included in the territory: Ghana, Togo
Languages in which the gospel is preached: Bassa, Builsa, Dangme, English, Ewe, Fante, Frafra, Ga, Gola, Grushia, Twi
Periodical: Salvationist Newsletter
Colonel Seth Appeateng - Territorial Commander
Colonel Janet Appeateng - Territorial President for Women's Ministries
Lieut-Colonel Simon Mbuthu - Chief Secretary
Lieut-Colonel Zipporah Mbuthu - Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministries
PO Box CT 452
Tel: +(233) 21 776 971
Officers - 323 (active - 249 retired - 74) Auxillary Captains - 138
Envoys - 10 Employees - 143
Corps - 140 Outposts - 187
Senior Soldiers - 25,051 Adherents - 21 Junior Soldiers - 5,572