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Eastern

AYENSUANO

DISTRICT PROFILE

The Ayensuano District is one of the newly created Districts in the Eastern Region of Ghana which was carved out of the then Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District Assembly by Legislative Instrument Number 2052 and was inaugurated on 28th June, 2012. The District has its capital at Coaltar.

Politically, the District has only one Constituency called the Ayensuano Constituency with twenty-seven (27) electoral areas. Ayensuano District is made up of three (3) separate zones Joined together. These are Obesua Zone, Anum Apapam Zone and Kraboa-Coaltar Zone.

Assembly Members (39)
  • Male (34)
  • Female (5)

LOCATION
The District lies within Latitudes 50451N and 6051N and Longitudes 00151W and 00 45W. It is located in the southern part of the Eastern Region and shares boundaries with Suhum Municipality to the North; Nsawam Adoagyiri Municipality to the South; Akwapem South District to the East and Upper West Akim District and West Akim Municipality to the West.

POPULATION

The District has a total land area of 499km2 with a total population of 77,193 (GSS, PHC, 2010).


D.C.E. – HON. FLORENCE GOVINA


Source:  www.mofep.gov.gh/publications/composite-budget-2016 and other sources

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