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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.


 MCE's Message

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 »


latest news

The Ho Municipal Assembly has banned excessive noise making in the municipality, beyond 10 pm.

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Other Headlines
Torgbui Afede XIVHO:
Torgbui Afede charges gov’t to root out corruption

President of the Volta Regional House of Chiefs, Torgbui Afede XIV has challenged the government to deepen efforts to deal with corruption in the country.
PupilsHO:
Parent/Teacher Associations urged to activate enrolment drives

Mrs Fafa Adinyira, the Ho Municipal Chief Executive, has said provision of schools for communities would depend on the pupil population.
HO:
More Police posts to be establish

The Ho Municipal Assembly is to open five new police posts in the Municipal area, Mrs Fafa Adinyira, Ho Municipal Chief Executive, has revealed.
Electricity meterHO:
Resilience of energy sector depends on energy conservation’

The resilience of Ghana’s energy sector depends on the commitment of electricity consumers to energy conservation measures, the Energy Commission said.
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