The District is located at the North Western corner of the Volta Region of Ghana and lies between Latitude 70 4” N and 8025’ N Longitude 00 25’ W and 00 20’ E. and it is one of the twenty five (25) Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region of Ghana with its Administrative capital Chindiri. It is bounded to the South East by Krachi West, Krachi East Districts to the East, Sene East District to the South West and Kpandia District to the North. It has a total surface area of 2,969 sqkm and one hundred and ninety-six (196) settlements, with water covering about 15%. The major settlements include the following: Chinderi, Banda, Borae, Bejamse, and Akaniem. The District can therefore take advantage of its strategic location to attract investments from both Southern and Northern Ghana. Being strategically located in the transitional zone, the District’s closeness to the Brong-Ahafo and Northern Regions makes it a potential avenue for wealth creation through greater internal trade and positive socio-cultural exchanges between the districts in these regions.
The chiefs and people of Beiyando (Kakraka) in the Krachi Nchumuru District in the Volta Region have celebrated their annual Ndepoanda Festival with a call on the indigenes to do their best to preserve their cultural values and norms.
The Krachi Nchumuru District has once again demonstrated its resolve to solving challenges confronting its people having successfully completed a new community-based Health planning and services (CHPS) centre at Borae Nkwanta.