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.
Mr. John Kwao Sackey, Municipal chief executive of the GA East Municipal Assembly is delighted that in not too long a distant future, the municipality would boost of its first public senior high school.
If for any reason you missed various Ghanaian dishes or want to learn how to prepare or get some insight into your favorite Ghanaian dish then the best place to be tomorrow is Assembly premises of the Ga Central Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region.
Two communities in the Ga East Municipality in the Greater Accra Region have been selected under the Ghana Sanitation and Water Project to help mitigate the deficit of various household toilets in the area.
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) have went on to install its newly introduced "street prepaid meters” at Nungua in the Ledzokuku Krowor Municipality after series of agitations between the company and some residents who have earlier resisted attempts made by the company to install the said meters.
Municipal Chief Executive of the Ga East municipal Assembly Mr. Kwao Sackey has assured the public that the Ga East Municipal Assembly does not have any challenges when it comes to the school feeding programme.
The Municipal Chief Executive of the Ga East Municipal Assembly, Mr. John Kwao Sackey has debunked accession that the Assembly has demolished structures along Kwabenya ACP to pave way for the construction of the Kwabenya ACP Motorway.