Kintampo District

Kintampo District is a former district that was located in Brong-Ahafo Region (now currently in Bono East Region), Ghana.[1] Originally created as an ordinary district assembly on 10 March 1989. However on 12 November 2003 (effectively 17 February 2004), it was split off into two new districts: Kintampo North District (which it was elevated to municipal district assembly status on 1 November 2007 (effectively 29 February 2008); capital: Kintampo) and Kintampo South District (capital: Jema). The district assembly was located in the southern part of Brong-Ahafo Region (now western part of Bono East Region) and had Kintampo as its capital town.

Kintampo District
Former District
Districts of Brong-Ahafo Region
Districts of Brong-Ahafo Region
Kintampo District is located in Ghana
Kintampo District
Kintampo District
Location of Kintampo District within Brong-Ahafo
Coordinates: 8°3′8″N 1°44′5″W / 8.05222°N 1.73472°W / 8.05222; -1.73472
Country Ghana
Region Brong-Ahafo
CapitalKintampo
Area
 • Total6,566 km2 (2,535 sq mi)
Population
 (2012)
 • Total
Time zoneUTC+0 (GMT)
Bono quarter, Kintampo, in 1892

SourcesEdit

  • "Kintampo District". Statoids.
  • District: Kintampo District
  • 19 New Districts Created, November 20, 2003.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bureau, Communications. ""Bono East Officially Created; Techiman Is Capital" – President Akufo-Addo". presidency.gov.gh. Retrieved 2020-08-13.

Coordinates: 8°3′8″N 1°44′5″W / 8.05222°N 1.73472°W / 8.05222; -1.73472