This consists of 2 English-speaking countries of West Africa. There are at present 39 confreres originating from this province.
At the turn of the 19th Century the French Government was becoming more and more anti-clerical. Missionaries of Africa in French West Africa (now Burkina Faso) were afraid that they would be expelled from French territory. At this time, across the border in what is now Ghana (then British territory) the local administrator was a Catholic who invited some Missionaries of Africa to found Missions in the Northern Territory (now Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions of Ghana). They began their mission there in 1905 with great success. Many years later the confreres in Nigeria and those in Ghana were linked together to become the Province of Ghana-Nigeria. There are at present 38 Missionaries of Africa originating from Ghana-Nigeria Province.
1. Ghanaian Sector - 10 communities
There are Missionary of Africa confreres working in 5 dioceses in Ghana.
1 community in Konongo-Mampong (Formation House – Philosophy)
1 community in Kumasi (Spiritual Animation)
2 communities in Navrongo-Bolgatanga (Parish Ministry)
4 communities in Tamale (Provincial, Admin., Parish Ministry, Vocations, Dialogue)
2 communities in Wa (Bishop, Parish Ministry, Teaching)
1 confrere in Yendi (bishop’s secretary).
There are 31 Ghanaian confreres. There are 9 in Ghana and 22 elsewhere.
2. Nigerian Sector – 3 communities
There are confreres working in 2 dioceses in Nigeria.
2 communities in Ibadan (Formation House - pre-Philosophy, Parish Ministry, Justice and Peace)
1 community in Oshogbo (Parish Ministry).
There are 10 Nigerian confreres. 2 are working in Nigeria and 8 elsewhere.