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Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District is one of the newly created districts of Ghana, located in the north-central portion of the Central Region of Ghana. The district was curved out of the former Breman-Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District, in 1989. Its capital is Breman Asikuma.

The District covers a geographical area of 884.84 square kilometres. It is sandwiched between 4 main districts, at a uniform radius of about 40 kilometers apiece from each of them, except Ajumako, which is 25 kilometers away. On the northern border is the Birim South District of the Eastern border lies the Agona District and the Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam District is on the Southern border.


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Compassion International Ghana, an NGO, has inaugurated and handed over to the chiefs and people of Breman Jamra,a $61,820 six-classroom block and community toilet facily.

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School blockASIKUMA:
DCE commissions JHS block for Brakwa Asarekwaa

Residents of the Brakwa Asarekwaa community in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District in the Central Region were full of praise for the DCE, Samuel Adom Botchway and the government for providing the community with new JHS block.
Bitumen surfacing progressesASIKUMAN:
Phase I of Asikuma –Amanfopong road at advance stage

Government has fulfilled its promise to the people of Asikuma and surrounding communities as reconstruction works on the feeder road linking Asikuma – Amanfopong is at advanced stage.
Work in progressASIKUMA-O-B:
Assembly improves Kontenase-Odoben road

Residents who ply the Agona Swedru-Asikuma Odoben road will heave some sigh of relief following efforts by the Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District Assembly’s effort to improve some stretch of the road.
Assembly meetingASIKUMA:
Don’t punish students over unapproved fees-DCE

District Chief Executive of the Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District in the Central Region, Samuel Adom Botchway has directed heads of second cycle institutions in the district to halt any move to prevent students from writing examinations because they could not pay their teacher motivational fee.
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