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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.


latest news

A massive cleanup and demolishing exercise took place at Bukom in the Accra metropolis on Saturday by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) Special Taskforce.

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Demolishing exercise AMA:
Assembly crashes more structures

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has begun the second phase of its demolition exercise along the Odaw River in Accra to make way of the dredging of the river.
AMA:
Assembly warns squatters not to rebuild demolished structures

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), has warned squatters whose structures on water ways near the Korle Lagoon, were demolished not to rebuild them.
demolishing exercise AMA:
Agbogboloshie residents demonstrate over Saturday’s demolition

Residents of Agbogboloshie in Accra have hit the streets to protest the demolishing exercise which took place on Saturday.
AccidentAMA:
Four die in N1 Highway accident

Four people have reportedly died in an accident on the George Walker Bush Highway, also known as N1 in Accra.
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