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Ketu South District
Region Volta Region
District type Ordinary
District Chief Executive
Capital Denu
Area 779 km²
Population (2002) 235,852
ISO 3166 GH-TV-KU

The Ketu South District is a district of Ghana in the Volta Region. It was formerly the Ketu District. It was however divided in February 2008 when the new Ketu North District was carved out of it. It continues as the Ketu South District with its capital still at Denu.[1]

The Ketu South District comprises popular commercial towns such as Agbozume, Ehi, Klikor, Akame, Adina, Agavedzi, Denu, Aflao, Tokor. The most predominant occupation of the indigents of these towns is Agriculture

References

  1. "Ketu-North District is born". General News of Saturday, 1 March 2008. Ghana Home Page. Retrieved 2009-08-14.

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