Generally, lots of rice, cassava, plantains, cocoyams as the base of the meal. Green leafy veggies used in stews and soups such as okra, spinach and other indigenous greens stewed in heavy (but delish!) oils such as red palm nut oil, coconut oil or shea butter oil.
The good thing is, most of our meals can be veganized and a lot of restaurants cater to vegetarians now. As a vegan, you can eat and eat very well in Ghana. Because most Ghanian food consists of a start and an accompanying sauce or soup, it’s an easy fix to opt out of the meat. You just have to make sure the sauce is cooked without meat, which can be a feat if you don’t have access to a kitchen or a friendly chef, but doable nonetheless.
Read more on http://www.thisafropolitanlife.com/2016/02/24/vegan-in-ghana/