|Kwahu East District|
|District Chief Executive||Samuel Asamoah|
The Kwahu East District is a district of Ghana in the Eastern Region. Its capital is Abetifi. This district is one of the new districts and municipalities which were announced in October 2007, and inaugurated in February 2008 by Ghanaian president, John Kufuor.
The new territorial divisions were inaugurated at their various locations simultaneously on the 29th of February 2008. The President by an Executive Instrument created 27 new Districts, 4 Municipalities, upgraded 26 existing Districts and 2 existing Municipalities.
The towns in Kwahu East district include Aduamoah, Nkwatia, Abetifi (capital), Pepease, Hweehwee, Kwahu-Tafo, Nkwantanan, Kotoso, and Abene Dwerebease. The current District Chief Executive is Samuel Asamoah. There are 18 electoral areas with a total population ranging between 50,000 and 70,000. It has one constituency, the Abetifi constituency with Hon. Peter Wiafe Pepra as the Member of Parliament.
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