||10,400 (2003), increasing.
||East central, on Togo border. 9 remote villages.
Ghana, reference number 28
||Lexical similarity: 75% with Ginyanga [ayg] of Togo.
||Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Kwa, Nyo, Potou-Tano, Tano, Guang, North Guang
||Vigorous. All domains. All ages. Also use Akan [aka].
||Literacy rate in L1: 1%–2%. Literacy rate in L2: 5%–20%. NT: 2001.
||The name of the people is ‘Akyode’ (Achode), the language is ‘Gikyode’ (correct spelling), ‘Gichode’ is the correct English pronunciation. Agriculturalists: cassava, yams, plantain, peanuts, rice, cocoa, coffee. Traditional religion, Christian.