Nedlandic Ghanaian Territory

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Ghanaian Territory of Nedland

Anthem: All Hail the Glorious Nedland
CapitalNo capital
Largest cityNo cities
Official languagesEnglish
• President
Ned Gunderson
• Territorial Manager
Edward Adjei-Prempeh
LegislatureCouncil of Nedlandic Elders
Establishment8 May 2014
• Census
3 (non-permanent) (as of 11 March 2015)
CurrencyAmerican dollar ($)
Time zoneUTC 00:00 (Universal Time Count)

The Nedlandic Ghanaian Territory was a dependency of Nedland, and located primarily in the Ghanaian capital of Accra. It is contained within one Subcultural Republic: Accra. On 18 November 2015, it was succeeded by the Paravian crown dependency of Gaana


When Edward Adjei-Prempeh became a citizen of Nedland on 8 May 2014, and was appointed as the Vice President, his two properties in Ghana were officially declared a dependency of Nedland.

The Ghanaian Territory is only inhabited once a year by Adjei-Prempeh and his family, when they visit other relatives there. Leaving Ghana at the age of three months, Adjei-Prempeh and his parents are all of Ghanaian nationality, and Adjei-Prempeh is one of two Nedlandic citizens who is not an American citizen. One house belongs to his father, the other to his mother.

Currently, no one inhabits the Ghanaian Territory, citizen or no. Thus, it was declared a dependency as no one was there to keep it up year-round.

Along with the Polish Territory and Cameroonian Territory, it is one of three international territories, both currently uninhabited.

On May 9, the Ghanaian Territory was formally declared under the jurisdiction of the Accra SCR.