VISION OF THE ASSEMBLY
Sustainable empowerment of the citizenry with improved incomes through the mobilization and harmonization of resources within its jurisdiction to transform its local economy in a free and fair environment
The Atebubu-Amantin Municipal Assembly exists to formulate and implement policies directed at continuous quality education, accessible and affordable health care services, and sound environmental sanitation and to reduce poverty among its people through the maximization of the available resources.
LEGISLATIVE INSTRUMENT (2266)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT (ATEBUBU -AMANTIN MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY) (ESTABLISHMENT) INSTRUMENT, 2017
In exercise of the powers conferred on the Minister responsible for Local
Government and Rural Development by subsection (1) of section 3 of the Local Government Act, 1993 (Act 462) and with the prior approval of the Cabinet, this Instrument is made this December, 2017.
PHYSICAL AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
In general, the physical environment in which man finds himself, to a large extent determines and affects the socio-economic conditions of the population who dwell in it. This section aims at describing the location and size, geology, relief and drainage, climate and soils of the Atebubu-Amantin Municipal as well as their implications for the development of the Municipal.
Location and Size
The Atebubu-Amantin Municipal is one of the 11municipalities/districts in the Bono East Region of Ghana. It is located between latitudes 7o23”N and 8o 22”N and longitudes 0o 30’W and 1o 26’W. It shares boundaries with the Pru Districts to the North, the Sene West district to the west and Nkoranza North district to the Eastall in Bono East Region. To the South, it is bounded by three districts in the Ashanti Region namely Ejura-Sekyedumase, Sekyere East and Sekyere West Districts. The municipal capital (Atebubu) is about 155km from Kumasi and 108 km from the regional capital, Techiman. The municipality has a surface area of about 1,996 square kilometers.
Figures 1 shows the municipality and its administrative divisions respectively
Hon. Edward Owusu
JOSEPH K.B TANG