Ho Municipal is one of the twenty five (25) Municipalities and Districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. The Municipality is also the administrative capital of the People of the Volta Region. The Municipality lies between latitudes 6 ᵒ 207N and 6 ᵒ55; N and longitude 0 ᵒ 127 E and 0 ᵒ 53 E. The Municipality shares boundaries with the Republic of Togo to the east, to the west with Ho West District, to the north with Hohoe Municipality and to the south with Agotime–Ziope. The Adminstrative capital of the Municipality is Ho.
As head of the Municipal Assembly backed by my able Heads of Departments, l welcome you to the Ho Municipality, the Capital of the Volta Region.
The Municipality is endowed with rich and enormous deposit of clay which could be exploited as a good link-up in the Housing Sector. Prospective Estate Developers as well as individuals are encouraged to invest in this sector.
Further the Municipality is an important producer of maize, cassava, yam, and banana as well as Non-Traditional Export crops like pineapple, mangoes, avocado pear. Comm... more »
Savanna Signatures, an Information Communication Technology (ICT) organization Thursday presented 10 desk top computers and a lap-top computer to the Ho-Kpodzi “D” JHS.
HO: Klefe gets ICT centre and classroom blocks Togbe Kpor X, Afetorfia of Klefe Traditional Area, has has inaugurated an Information Communication Technology (ICT) centre and two three-unit classroom blocks for Klefe Achatime Basic School.
HO: Sanitation courts in the offing in Ho The Ho Municipal Directorate of the Environmental Health Unit is liaising with the relevant stakeholders, through the Assembly, for the establishment of sanitation courts in the municipality.
HO: Asogli State begins fasting and prayers for devt The Chiefs and citizens of Asogli State on Monday began a week’s fasting and prayers to seek God’s intervention for the socio-economic development of the Volta region, especially Ho, the regional capital.
HO: GPRTU honours 41 drivers The Volta Regional branch of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) has honoured 41 drivers for exhibiting safe driving skills.