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14 Feb, 2023 -- Mayor commissions toilet facility at Anakyin

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10 June, 2022 -- Cape Coast Metropolis observes Green Ghana Day

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6 March, 2022 -- Cape Coast marks Ghana's 65th Independence Day

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15 February, 2022 -- Mayor hands over Kakumdo CHPS Compound

14 February, 2022 -- Sharing Love the Right Way - A Valentine's Day Seminar

7 Dec, 2021 -- Management and Staff of CCMA hold 2021 Durbar

17 Oct, 2021 -- CCMA Members approve MCE-nominee Ernest Arthur

6 October, 2021 -- For a second time, CCMA Members deny MCE-nominee

27 Sept, 2021 -- CCMA Members deny Metro Chief Executive-nominee

14 May, 2021 -- Sensitization for School Feeding and Food Vendors

21 April, 2021 -- CCMA holds 8th General Assembly Meeting

25 Aug, 2020 -- HR Department organizes seminar on Report Writing

18 April, 2020 -- CCTU donates to CCMA

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Update: Abura Chieftaincy Dispute

The Coast Metropolitan Assembly represented by the Metropolitan Chief Executive, Hon. Ernest Arthur, Nana Kwodwo Addae II and Mustapha Amoakwa, parties to the Abura Chieftaincy Dispute have signed a Peace Accord to main peace in Abura Community and elsewhere in the Cape Coast Metropolis in the period before, during and after the delivery of judgment by the Judicial Committee of the Central Regional House of Chiefs.

The signing of the Peace Accord is based on a situational intelligence and reports regarding social tension and upheaval that are likely to erupt within the Abura Community and the Metropolis after the judgement.

The Judicial Committee of Central Regional House of Chiefs is expected to deliver judgement on the Abura Chieftaincy dispute on November 15, 2022.

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