The district is predominantly an agrarian economy. There are large tracts of arable land for the cultivation of crops like cassava, yams, cocoyam, plantain, maize, cocoa and oil palm. The cocoa industry which used to drive the district economy is currently being revamped by the supply of free high breed varieties, insecticides and construction of road infrastructure. Available statistics from the 2010 population and Housing Census indicate that 62.5 percent of the economically active population is engaged in agriculture


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