The Asuogyaman District Assembly officially inaugurated the District Road Safety Committee.

On June 13, 2024, the Asuogyaman District Assembly officially inaugurated the District Road Safety Committee. This committee chaired by the Honorable District Chief Executive ( DCE), Hon Mavis Opokua Akonnor aims to enhance road safety measures within the district, addressing issues such as traffic management, public awareness campaigns, and infrastructure improvements. By bringing together local authorities, community representatives, and relevant stakeholders, the committee endeavors to promote safer road practices and reduce accidents, ensuring the well-being of residents and travelers alike.

Green Ghana Day 2024

On 7 June 2024, the Honorable Mavis Opokua Akonnor, the District Chief Executive, along with Mr. Prosper Agbenor, the District Coordinator Director, District Education Officers and other officers from the Asuogyaman District and the District Forestry Commission, participated in the Green Ghana Day observance at Adome D/A Basic School. The event included the planting of trees as part of the nationwide initiative to promote environmental sustainability and increase the country's forest cover.

Inspection of the newly constructed Health Center and staff bungalow located at Kwayarko within the Asuogyaman district.

On May 9, 2024, Hon. Mavis Opokua Akonnor, the District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Asuogyaman District Assembly, in collaboration with key stakeholders including the District Health Director, the District Planning Officer, representatives from the Ministry of Health, and officials from the Eastern Regional Health Directorate, along with the contractor responsible for the project, jointly carried out a comprehensive inspection of the newly constructed Health Center and staff bungalow located at Kwayarko within the Asuogyaman district.


On Tuesday, March 12th, 2024, the staff of the Assembly held a planned activity to have a staff durbar for the celebration of Ghana Month. The durbar was uniquely organized to showcase our rich culture, indigenous foods, and traditional apparel. The District Chief Executive, Hon. Mavis Opokua Akonnor, in her maiden interactions, outlined her vision and pleaded with various Heads of Departments/Units to support her vision in order to steer the affairs of the district.


The "Clean Ghana Day" exercise, held by the entire Asuogyaman District Assembly on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024, was part of the activities commemorating the 67th Independence Day celebration in the region. Starting from Atimpoku at 6:50 am, the cleanup spanned various locations including the Atimpoku roundabout, Akwamufie junction, Dzidzorkope, Budukrom, Akosombo, and concluded at the Akwamufie taxi station in Atimpoku. Among those present were Hon. DCE Mavis Opokua Akonnor, the District Coordinating Director, Hon. Presiding Member Pius Enam Hadzide, Atimpoku's chief and elders, assembly members, District Assembly staff, market women, Zoomlion personnel, and the general public.

Distribution of items to People With Disabilities(PWDs)

The Social Welfare Department at the Asuogyaman District Assembly on January 17th, 2024 distributed the first tranche of valuable items for the year 2024, namely fridges ,provisions,sachet water, bags of rice ,Foot and Hand sewing Machines, Industrial sewing machine , Pop corn Machine to name a few ) to thirty one (31) Persons Living With Disabilities (PWDs) at a cost of Fifty-five thousand nine hundred fifty Ghana cedis (GHC55,950.00) under the economic empowerment programme for the year 2024.


To evaluate the effects of the Akosombo Dam water spillage, District Chief Executive for Asuogyaman District Assembly, Hon.Samuel Kwame Agyekum on 15 October 2023 visited the impacted areas within the District. Due to the Akosombo Dam’s rising water level, the Volta River Authority began a controlled water spillage to safeguard the Dam on September 15, 2023 to attain the normal Water level below 276 feet.

Distribution of Dual Desk

On Friday 15th September 2023, the District Chief Executive of Asuogyaman District Assembly Hon. Samuel Kwame Agyekum handed over Five hundred and fifty (550) Dual Desk to the District Director of Education, Asuogyaman to be distributed to some selected schools within the District.

DCE tours with the reginal Minister to Basic Education Certificate Examinations Centers within the District

The Chief Executive for Asuogyaman District Assembly Hon Samuel Kwame Agyekum together with the Eastern Regional Minister Hon Seth Kwame Acheampong and Officials from the Regional and District Education Directorate on Monday 7th August, 2023 toured some examination centers designated for the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examinations within the District. The tour was for the Regional Minister , the DCE and the Education Directorate to motivate the students ahead of the examinations and to also have first hand information on how the exams would be conducted. The entourage toured Akwamuman Senior High School, and other Cluster of schools examination within the District. Total of 2064 candidates made up of 1026 Boys and 1038 Girls sat for this year's BECE in the District .


Happy Green Ghana Day! We all have a role to play in protecting our environment. District Coordinating Director and the District Director for Agriculture ,Asuogyaman District Assembly planted the tree today. Circa : 09/06/2023 #LetsGoPlanting


The District Chief Executive of the Asuogyaman District Assembly on 30th May 2023 commissioned a six-seater ultra-modern W/C toilet facility for Tortibo basic school. The headmaster of the school Mr. Edem Tawiah Morrison on behalf of the entire school community expressed his gratitude for the initiative granted them by the government. He further commended the contractor for completing the project despite the challenges he encountered due to land litigation. The headmaster of the school appealed to the DCE to secure the land for the school to avoid future uncertainties. He also appealed for teachers’ bungalow explaining that teachers leave very far from the town and thus making it difficult for teaching and learning to be effective. He indicated that despite the accommodation challenges, teachers at the school do their best to make sure the students perform excellently in their BECE performances. He also added that Poor road network also deters newly posted teachers from coming to the school hence appealed to the government to help with the poor nature of the roads. The headmaster hinted that, construction of the school’s JHS block and ICT block has been halted for some time and therefore pleaded with the DCE to release the contractor to site to complete the two projects. The headmaster also acknowledged how wonderfully the school performs in their sporting activities especially in crickets and handball. He also pleaded with the DCE and the District Director of Education to help one of his students who gained admission into the Manya Krobo SHS but could not because the family was unable to raise funds to cater for her needed items. The District Director of Education in her remarks informed the gathering that proper sanitation promotes good health, hence charged the school to take full control of the facility and make sure to always keep it tidy. She also sounded a word of caution to the community members telling them the facility is purposely for the school and not the community and so the school authority together with the PTA chairman should ensure that the facility is well utilized. She also added that, the project is designed for all schools in the Asuogyaman District and hopes all schools will get their share of the national cake soon.