Kadjebi District is one twenty five (25) Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. The District has its Administrative Capital at Kadjebi. The District was created as an assembly by Legislative instrument (L I) 1465 in the year 1989. The District is located in the south-northern belt of the Volta Region of Ghana. The District shares boundaries with Nkwanta South to the north , to the south with Jasikan District, to the west with Krachi East District and to the east with Republic of Togo.
Residents in the Dodo-Amanfro community in the Kadjebi District in the Volta Region can now buy their favourite meats from hygienic sources, thanks to the construction of a meat shop by the district assembly.
The District Chief Executive (DCE) of Kadjebi district, Jacob Alebinde Asogonnde in fact exhibited genuine concern and love for the victims of the Ahamansu rain storm disaster that occurred on Sunday, 1st April, 2014.
The Kadjebi District Chief Executive, Jacob Alebinde Asogonnde has called on traditional authorities and opinion leaders in the various communities in the district to collaborate with the district for development.