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The City of Accra was declared a Millennium City on January 15, 2010 with the sole aim of seeking for technical and financial support in a “win-win-Public-Private Partnership” to enable the Accra Metropolitan Assembly implement programmes and projects to hasten the attainment of the eight (8) Millennium Developemnt Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

Our mission is to to raise the living standards of the people especially the poor, vulnerable and excluded by providing and maintaining basic services and facilities in areas of education, health, sanitatio...... more »



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The Accra Metropolitan is among the twenty (16) Metropolitan, Municipals and Districts of the greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Accra is the Administrative capital of the metropolitan assembly. The metro shares common boundaries with la-dade kotokpon municipal from the east and Ga west municipal, Ga central municipal and Ga south municipal assembly from the west.

The metropolitan assembly also share common boundary with the Gulf of Guinea.


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Accra Mayor, Alfred Oko Vanderpuije has revealed that he has dropped his US citizenship effective Monday, August 31.

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AMA:
President Mahama promises more asphalt roads

President John Dramani Mahama at the weekend gave the assurance that government would asphalt more urban roads in all the regional and District capitals.
Clean upAMA:
Apathy is not good for sanitation exercise AMA

Mr Sam Ayeh Datey, Coordinating Director of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), has condemned the apathy by residents in Accra towards the National Sanitation Day exercise.
Dual desksAMA:
Ablekuma North MP gives to schools

Mr Justice Joe Appiah, Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma North, has donated 200 dual desks to schools in his constituency.
AMA:
AMA inaugurates borehole for residents at Korle Gonno

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has inaugurated a 1,500-litre capacity mechanised borehole at the cost of GH¢35,000 for the people of Korle Gonno in the Ablekuma South District.
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