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    Eastern

    ASUOGYAMAN

    DISTRICT PROFILE
    The Asuogyaman District Assembly is one of the 32 Municipal and District Assemblies in the Eastern Region. It was created under local government instrument L.I. 1431 of 1988 as a result of Ghana Government re-demarcation exercise carried out to operationalize decentralization programme in the country from the defunct Kaoga District, which had Somanya as the capital.The Administrative capital of the District is Atimpoku.

    The district shares boundaries with Kwahu Afram Plains North to the north, Upper Manya District to the west, Lower Manya Krobo District to the south and South Dayi, Ho West and North Tongu Districts to the east. Asuogyaman is a traditional district braided by the Volta Lake, making it a tourism and acqua- culture hub and a great potential for agricultural development.

    The main marketing centres are Akosombo, Marine, Atimpoku, Frankadua, Sapor and Labolabo. These towns have weekly market days except Akosombo and Atimpoku which have two market days in a week (Mondays and Thursdays).Agriculture is the major economic activity in terms of employment and rural income generation in the District currently engaging nearly 60% of the total working population.

    The principal agricultural products are as follows: Mango as tree crop, Cocoa and Oil palm Industrial Crops. Roots and tuber found in the district include yam, Cassava and Cocoyam. Fruits and Vegetables include Banana, Pineapple, Mango, Tomato, Pepper etc, while the main cereal grown is maize. 

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Address

  • P.O. Box CT 4559, Cantonments, Accra
  • Ghana Post: GD-220-0693
  • CLGA HOUSE, NO. 6 NAA AFRIYIE STREET, BEHIND OMNI BANK, ZOOMLION HEAD OFFICE ROAD

Contact Numbers

  • (+233) (0) 303 937 222
  • (+233) (0) 312 297 770
  • (+233) (0) 302 905 651

Contacts

  • clgaghana@gmail.com
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