Ketu South Municipal with its Administrative Capital Denu forms part of the one twenty five (25) Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. The Ketu South Municipal established by Legislative Instrument (LI) 1469 of 1989. The Municipal shares boundaries with Ketu North District to the north, the Republic of Togo to the east , the Gulf of Guinea to the south and to the west with Keta Municipal. The municipality serves as the Eastern Gateway to Ghana where continuous cross-border trading activities occurs.
Over 600 residents of Agbozume, Kpejakope, Nogokpo and other surrounding villages in the Ketu South district of the Volta Region including Chiefs, the elderly and children held a huge protest along the Keta Lagoon to register their anger over the takeover of the lagoon by an Indian firm.