Geology and Minerals
The municipality is partly located on the Mampong Scarp, which stretches from east to west. It is underlaid by Pre-Cambrian rocks of the Birimean formation. It rises from a height of about 135 meters to a high of about 2,400 meters above sea level and has serious implications for development, as it is known to contain most of the mineral deposits, especially sand and stone.
The land is fertile for all farming activity because of it reserve nature and it watery state.