In 1960, Greater Accra, then referred to as Accra Capital District, was geographically and legally part of the Eastern Region. It was, however, administered separately by the Minister responsible for local government. On 23 July 1982, Greater Accra was created by the Greater Accra Region Law (PNDCL 26) as a legally separate region to include the Ada local council area.
The region is administered at two different but complementary levels, the traditional and political levels. The traditional level of administration is through an intricate network of local governance dealing with purely traditional affairs concerning customs and land administration, while the is along the lines of law and order and decentralized government machinery.
The operation of the region is through the local government system that derives its authority from the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and the Local Government Act 1993 (Act 462). Under this administration, the region is divided into five areas/districts with their capitals.
The Ga Central Municipal Assembly has made yet another giant stride to rescue education by constructing a two storey classroom block for Pupils of Odogonnor community school to improve teaching and learning.
In a bid to improve teaching and learning in the area, the Ga Central Municipal Assembly is putting up a modern four unit classroom block with ancillary facilities for the pupils of Anyaa Experimental.
The Ga Central Municipal Assembly has spent part of proceeds from its share of the District Development fund (DDF) to complete a two storey six unit classroom block for pupils of Odogonnor Primary and Junior High School.
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly.