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BODIE

DISTRICT PROFILE
The District Assembly:Bodi District Assembly, with Sefwi Bodi as its capital, is one of the twenty two (22) administrative authorities in the Western Region. The District was carved out just recently from Juaboso District Assembly in 2012 as a result of the creation of more Districts and raising some District to Municipal Status. It was established under the Legislative Instrument 2021. The Assembly has 11 Electoral Areas, 3 Area Councils, one Member of Parliament, 4 government Appointees and the District Chief Executive.

Assembly Members (15)
  • Males (14)
  • Females (1)

LOCATION AND SIZE
The District share borders with Juaboso District Assembly in the North, Sefwi Wiawso Municipal to the East, Suaman District to the West and Akontombra District to the South. The district has a surface area of about 641 square kilometers.

POPULATION
The population of Bodi District according to the 2010 Population and Housing Census stands at about 64,931 comprising of 36,364 females and 28,567 males. The concentration is in the principal towns of Bodi, Amoaya, Afere and Kwasikrom which have a population of more than 2000 people.

D.C.E - Hon. Ignatius Akwasi Amankwah

                   source:www.mofep.gov.gh/publications/composite-budget-2015 and other sources

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