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Hon. William Ata Mends

The Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese District was carved out of the Mfantseman, Ajumako and Akumfi Local Councils in 1984. The Administrative capital of the District is Abura-Dunkwa. The District forms part of twenty (20) Metropolitan, Municipalities and Districts in the Central Region. The District share boundaries with Cape Coast Metropolitan to the South –West, Mfantseman Municipal to the East, Assin South District to the North, to the North West with Twifo Hemang Lower Denkyira and also shares part of the Green coastline of the region.

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  • ABURA: Aburaman SHS cries for help

    The Headmistress of Aburaman Senior High School, Madam Alberta Obiriwa Rigg-Stewart, has appealed to the government, non-governmental organizations and private companies to assist the School to complete the water project it started a year ago.

  • ABURA:13 schools receive new desks

    The District Chief Executive of Abura Asebu Kwamankese together with the education directorate has distributed 400 dual desks to thirteen selected schools in the district.

  • ABURA: DCE hand over classroom block to Baiden Walker school

    The District Chief Executive for the Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese District, Atta Mends has called for emphasis on girl child education in line with government policies on education.

  • ABURA:DCE commissions Three Unit Classroom Block

    The DCE for ABURA-ASEBU-KWAMANKESE DISTRICT William Atta Mends has commissioned a three unit classroom block facility to pave way for use by school children at Ansafona, a farming community in the AAK District of the Central Region.

  • ABURA: DCE donates to youth clubs

    The Chief Executive for Abura-Asebu Kwamankese in the Central Region, Mr. William Ata-Mends, has presented 6 sets of jerseys and GHs 4,000 to some selected youth clubs in the district.

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