The evolution from Chieftaincy to Traditional Federal State administration in Ghana is the gateway process that has led to a democratic system in Ghana. The Traditional Federal State has made several containment towards accountability, transparency, and efficiency in an administration that is seen to promote efficient use and access to public resources and equal and good economic governance. The fundamental legacies associated with the Traditional Federalism in Ghana include the following; firstly, bifurcation of authority. The process is between local chiefs in the Chieftaincy administration and the current body in the governance of people and land. Another legacy that led to a democratic system was the complexity in the interaction of informal legal rules of the customary law and the formal legal jurisdiction of the common law. Therefore, the Traditional Federal State inevitably led to democracy in Ghana.