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Hon. Sampson Owusu Boateng
Atebubu-Amantin
Hon. Seidu I Bawa

Atebubu-Amantin District is one of the  twenty seven (27) districts in the Brong-Ahafo Region and has Atebubu as its administrative capital. It is bordered to the north by East Gonja District in the Northern Region, Pru district and to the south by Ejura-Sekyeredumasi District in the Ashanti Region. To the east, it shares boundaries with the Sene District and to the west with Kintampo and Nkoranza Districts, all in the Brong-Ahafo Region.


 news in this district
  • ATEBUBU: 5000 capacity mosque nears completion

    Work on a five thousand capacity one-storey central mosque for the Muslim community in Atebubu which began 10 months ago is about 80% complete.

  • ATEBUBU: GPEG empowers local artisans

    The Atebubu-Amantin district assembly in collaboration with the district directorate of education has contracted 50 local tailors and dressmakers to produce school uniforms for pupils in the district.

  • ATEBUBU:WVG marks global week of action

    World Vision Ghana WVG, Atebubu Development Programme ADP has marked this year’s “Global Week of Action” under the theme “Getting to zero child deaths-we are stopping at nothing”.

  • ATEBUBU: Red cross trains volunteers

    The Ghana Red Cross Society has trained 47 volunteers in Fakwasi and Ajalaja Beposo in the Atebubu-Amantin and Pru districts of the Brong Ahafo region under the Community Based Health and First Aid project CBHFA.

  • ATEBUBU: WVG supports health and education

    World Vision Ghana WVG Atebubu Development Programme ADP has presented assorted medical equipment and education materials valued at GHC 18,000.00 to the Atebubu-Amantin district assembly to support health and education in the district.



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