The Cape Coast Metropolitan is also home to the regional capital of Central Region. The Metropolitan forms part of the Twenty (20) Mertopolitan, Municipalities and Districts in the Central Region of Ghana. The Metropolitan is bounded on the south by the Gulf of Guinea, west by Komenda / Edina / Eguafo /Abrem Municipal, east by the Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District and north by the Twifu/Hemang/Lower Denkyira District. The Metropolis covers an area of 122 square kilometers and is the smallest metropolis in the country. The Administrative capital is Cape Coast.
It is the avowed aim of the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA) to take advantage of the Government’s declaration of “Golden Age of Business in Ghana” to aggressively pursue prudent, private-sector friendly programmes and projects geared towards accelerated socio-economic development of the Metropolitan.
This website, therefore has been designed to serve as a mirror for showcasing the enormous investible potentials of the Metropolitan to both local and foreign investors to take advantage of, in the areas of ed ... more »
The US government through its Millennium Challenge Account has assisted Ghana with the construction of two separate 1000 tones capacity pineapplespark-house and maxi-bag maize ware-house for the processing and temporary storage of pineapple and maize at Kwesi-Tukwaa and Gomoa Abase, both in the Gomoa East District.
CAPE COAST: Assembly undertakes decongestion exercise The Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA) Task Force on Monday undertook a decongestion exercise to create space on streets and pavements in the Metropolis to facilitate easy vehicular and human movement.
CAPE C: Barton Oduro donates wheel chairs to disabled The first Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Member of Parliament (MP) for Cape Coast South, Mr Ebo Barton Oduro on Saturday donated sixteen sporting wheel chairs to the Cape Coast branch of the Ghana Federation of Disabled (GFD) to enhance their performance.