About KKMA

The Municipal is located at the Eastern part of the Greater Accra Region and stretches from the coast to the southern lower slopes of the Akuapim mountains and falls on longitude 004’0E and latitude 50 40’ 60N.  The District shares it’s boundary to the Southern Belt with Ningo-Pampram District on the South-East and Tema Metropolitan Assembly on the South-West and the south by the Gulf-of-Guinea. At the Middle Belt, it shares its boundary with Ningo-Pampram District on the South-East, Ashiaman Municipal Assembly on the South-West and Adentan Municipal Assembly along the motorway. On theNorthern Belt, its boundaries are shared with Shai-Osudoku District on the North-East and La-Nkwantanang-Madina Municipal on the North-West and on the North by Akwapim South District. The Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly is only 38 kilometers drive from Accra, the capital city of Ghana and falls on longitude 004’0E and latitude 50 40’ 60N.

Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly (KKMA) was carved from the Tema Metropolitan Assembly in 2012 with the promulgation of the Legislative instrument (L.I.) 2031. The Assembly has a membership of 29 made up of 18 elected Assembly members.

The Municipality is made up of four (4) Area Council, namely;

1.     KPONE (Afieye, Laloi and Dingla)

2.     KAMSBEG (Kakasunanka, Nmlitsakpo, Sebrepor, Bethelhem and Gbetsile)

3.     ZEKAS (Zenu, Katamanso, Appolonia and Saasabi)

4.     ONSBAC (Oyibi, Nanoman, Saduase and Bawaleshie)





According to the 2010 Population Census, majority (88.2%) of the total population in district, are reported to have Christian affiliation (Pentecostal and charismatic, 50.2% protestants, 20.9%, catholic, 7.6% and other Christian, 9.5%). Out of the Christian proportion, Pentecostal formed the majority (50.2 %) in the district. Muslims and traditionalist constituted 7.2% and 0.5 percent respectively.


The major festivals in the area are Homowo and Kpledzoo. The festivals provide an occasion for the gathering together of the Ga-Dangme from every part of the country, where they happen to be temporarily domiciled in order to eat communally together and at the same time to welcome new members of the family while remembering the dead. It is an occasion whereby people come together to develop their community and also settle family disputes. It also brings in investors to