KWAHU WEST MUNICIPALITY
The Kwahu West Municipal Assembly was carved out of Kwahu South District as Kwahu West District in August, 2004 by a Legislative Instrument 1589. It was however upgraded to a Municipal status in July, 2007 by Legislative Instrument 1870. It has Nkawkaw as its administrative capital; which is the second largest urban towns in the Eastern Region. It has 214 settlements within its jurisdiction. The Municipality’s capital, Nkawkaw is located about 241 kilometres north-west of Accra. According to the 2010 Population and Housing Census, the Municipality had a population of 93,584. The sex distribution of the population indicates that the male population constitutes 44,875 (48%) and female population constitutes 48,709 (52%). In 2018 the population of the Municipality is projected as 144,409 of which Fifty-two percent (51.7%) resides in the urban localities whilst forty-eight percent (48.3%) resides in rural localities.
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