Asutifi District is one of the Twenty two (27) districts in Brong Ahafo. It is located between latitudes 6°40’ and 7°15’ North and Longitudes 2°15’ and 2°45’ West. The district capital is Kenyasi, which is about 50km from Sunyani, the regional capital of Brong Ahafo, through Atronie and Ntotroso. It shares boundaries with Sunyani Municipal in the North, Tano South District to the North East, Dormaa Municipal to North West, Asunafo North Municipal and Asunafo South District in the South West and Ahafo Ano South and North Districts (Ashanti Region) in the South East.
With a total land surface area of 1500 sq.km, the district is one of the smallest in the Brong Ahafo Region. There are a total of 117 settlements in the district and four paramouncies, namely: Kenyasi No.1 Kenyasi No.2, Hwidiem and Acherensua.
As part of efforts to improve decentralization and good governance, the Asutifi North District Assembly in collaboration with its Budget Unit has organized a day’s workshop for Heads of decentralized Department (HODs) of the assembly on the 2016 budget preparation.
Hon. Eric Addae, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Asutifi North District Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region is set to bring new ideas to promote investment and development towards the overall development of the area.
The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Asutifi North District in the Brong Ahafo Region, Mr. Eric Addae has made a passionate appeal to parents and guardians to invest more resources in the provision of quality education for children in the area.
Almost all business activities and vehicular movements came to a halt in most communities in the Asutifi North District in Brong Ahafo Region as residents came out in their numbers to participate in the National Sanitation Day (NSD) exercise which the region was the host.
The Deputy Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Nii Lantey Vanderpuye (MP), has commended staff of the Asutifi North District Assembly in the Brong Ahafo region for their dedication to duty by accepting postings to work in areas other than their home towns.