Kpando Municipality is one of the twenty five (25) Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region of Ghana and it is one of the oldest in the country. The Municipality lies within Latitudes 6° 20’ N and 7° 05’ N, and Longitude 0° 17’ E. It shares boundaries with Biakoye District in the north, Afajato South to the East and North Dayi District in the south. The Volta Lake, which stretches over 80km of the coastal line, demarcates the western boundary. The Municipality covers approximately a total land area of 820 square kilometers representing 4.5% of the Volta Region with almost 30% of the land submerged by the Volta Lake. Kpando, the Municipal capital, is about 70km from Ho, the Regional Capital. The location of the Municipality places it at a strategic position with potential for fast economic growth and development.
The vacant Municipal Chief Executive position created by the elevation of Mr. Francis Ganyaglo to the deputy Volta Regional Minister will soon be filled following the appointment of Madam Paulina Delali Adinyirah as MCE.
Six more Municipal and District Chief Executives have been appointed by President John Mahama in accordance with Article 243(1) of the 1992 Constitution and Section 20(1) of the Local Government Act 1993, Act 462.
The Kpando Constituency Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Kwame Gbogblogbe, has called on the President to nominate a qualified and experienced person to be the next municipal chief executive for the assembly.
Mr Andy Seke, Kpando Municipal Director of Education has called on old students’ associations to operate within the rules and regulations of Ghana Education Service, in their quest to help develop their alma mater.