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    Northern

    TATALE SANGULI

    DISTRICT PROFILE
    The Tatale Sanguli District was carved out of the then Zabzugu Tatale District in 2012 by the Legislative Instrument (L.I) 2067and was inaugurated on 28 th June, 2012. It is the highest political and administrative authority in the district. The Assembly has Thirty (30) members; made up of Nineteen (19) elected and Nine (9) appointed. There is one Member of Parliament and District Chief Executive who serves as ex-officio members to the District Assembly.

    Agriculture is the mainstay of the district’s economy. Most people engage in crop production and livestock farming. Agriculture is dominated by small-scale farmers whose farm holding do not exceed two hectares. These farmers produce primary produce mainly for home consumption. Main crops produced include Yam, maize, millet, sorghum and cassava. Other food crops cultivated in the area include soya beans, beans, rice, and sweet potatoes. Livestock and poultry as well as fishing are important economic activities in the district. Cows, sheep, goats and pigs are kept on small scale production levels.

                                




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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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