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Nzema East Municipal forms part of twenty two (22) Metropolitan, Municipalities and Districts in the Western Region of Ghana. The Administrative capital of the Municipality is Axim. The Municipality shares boundaries with Jomoro  to the west, Wassa  Amenfi Central to the north, to the east with Ahanta West District and Tarkwa Nsuaem respectively .the Municipality on the south share with the Gulf of Guinea .

 chief executive's message

The Municipality has over 280 settlements, 20 out of which have a total population of over 74,321 constituting 52% of the population.The main needs  includes improvement in Rural Housing Accessibility and Security of Land to farmers,  Rehabilitation and accessibility of Roads and electricity.

Others are tele-communication coverage, Provision of Potable Water  Provision of Drains, Improvement in Urban and Rural  Sanitation.

The major occupation of the people is agricult ... more »

latest news

Bamianko Community Day Senior High School in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region is nearing completion.

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Other Headlines
Health careNZEMA E:
Kegyina gets new CHPS compound

The people of Kegyina, a community in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region have been provided with health facility to aid health delivery in the area.
Fire tenderNZEMA E:
Fire Service gets permanent fire station

A new fire station has been completed for the Ghana National Fire Service in the Nzema East District in the Western Region.
Potable waterNZEMA E:
Apataim Water project inaugurated

Mr. James Baidoe, Nzema East Municipal Chief Executive, has said access to potable water was a major challenge to communities in the northern part of the municipality.
Landing beachNZEMA E:
Landing beaches assist communities

Landing beach Committees in the Nzema East Municipality in the Western Region have been called upon to serve the people well without discrimination.
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