The Effutu Municipal is situated between latitudes 50 20 north and longitudes 00 25, west and 0037, west on the eastern part of the Central Region Ghana. It is winded and sandwiched by Greater Accra Region and the District (i.e. Ga Rural, Agona and Gomoa).
It is bordered to the north by Agona Municipal the north-east by the West Akim Municipal, to the south by the Gulf of Guinea, to the east Gomoa District , and on the west by the Gomoa District. The Municipal covers an area of 417.3 square kilometers (163 sq miles). Winneba is the administrative capital.
chief executive's message
Effutu Municipal is well known for its great history and past record but yet not fully explored and certainly not exploited. The Municipal abounds in an unbelieveable array of excitingly striking features and attractions. This is the Municipal I am proud to introduce you to as its Chief Executive through this website.
It is my conviction that this medium will further enhance our vigorous promotion of the Municipal as an ideal vacation, business and conference estimation.
Rev. Kwesi Nkum Wilson, a senior lecturer at the Department of psychology and Education of the University of Education Winneba, has called on government to retool existing technical and vocational institutions.
EFFUTU: NHIA to restructure scheme for quality health delivery About eighty – five percent (85%) of the country’s Out Patients Department (OPD) attendance according to the utilization report are National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) subscribers, a situation that has translated into high claims cost of the Scheme. Mr. Sylvester Mensah has hinted.
EFFUTU: Youth advised to Eschew Partisan Politics Mr. Alex Afenyo Markins, the Member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency said he will continue his non-partisan role to ensure his constituency and Ghanaians in general benefit from the national cake.
EFFUTU: Senior Police Officers caution against pettiness Director-General in-charge of Research, Planning and Information and Communication Technology of the Ghana Police Service, Commissioner of Police (COP), David Asante-Apeatu says the police Administration will continue to improve the professional skills of the personnel to enhance the service delivery to the general public.