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List of Ghanaians in the United Kingdom

 

List of Ghanaians in the United Kingdom

This is a list of notable Ghanaians in the United Kingdom.
The Ghanaian citizenship and connection to the Republic of Ghana is shown in birthplace and parentheses.

References and notes

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Lloyd Owusu

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