This work is an attempt to analyse the landforms of Kujama, a particular selected geographical area in the savanna. Field measurements and observation have been used to study the morphometric attributes of the landforms (slope angle, slope length, height and slope profile). Similarly, assemblages of landforms were also identified and measured, such as hills (bornhardt, ruware, and tors). In the same vein other prominent micro forms were also identified and studied. These include gnammas, pits and the like. Conclusively, it is found that classification assist in simplifying the otherwise complex landform assemblages.