Ablekuma Cental Sub- Metro
ABLEKUMAN CENTRAL SUB-METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL
Ablekuman Central Sub-Metropolitan District Council was established by Legislative instrument 1722.
The administrative set up of this Sub-Metropolitan District Council is made of:
Administration, Treasury Department, Waste Management Department, Metropolitan Works Department, Metropolitan Public Health Department, Metropolitan Security Unit,
Internal Audit Unit, NADMO, Roads Unit, Rating Unit.
It is also headed by a Chairman who is the political head and an Assistant Director who is the head of the Administration.
Sector of Employment at Ablekuma Central
The employment sector provides 33 percent jobs to the public and private formal sectors of employment. 62 percent of the people in the Ablekuma Central Sub-Metropolitan District Area work in the informal sectors of employment. The remaining 3 percent are with non-governmental organisations and international organisations. The table and chart below depict
The percentage distribution of religious groups in the table below shows the predominance of Christians (85.17 percent) in the Sub-Metro, compared with the second major religion, Islam (9.33 percent). Among the Christian group, adherents of Pentecostal and Charismatic churches constitute the largest religious denomination (40.91 percent) followed by Protestants (26.46 percent) other Christian (8
With an estimated 2009 population of 594,012 as projected from 2000 National Population and Housing Census by the city Authorities, Ablekuma Central, one of the Sub-Metropolitan District Council of Accra Metropolitan Assembly forms 14.28% of the entire population of A.M.A. which has also contributed to the fast growing population of the Accra Metropolis.The census population figures of the
Ablekuma Central Sub Metropolitan District Council is one of the Eleven (11) Sub Metropolitan District Councils of Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA). It shares boundaries with Ablekuma North Sub Metro to the North, Ablekuma South Sub Metro to the South, and to the East by Okaikoi South Sub Metropolitan District Council. Its total land area is 11.5 square kilometer.