SLOGAN : LOVE, UNITY & DEVELOPMENT
Ejura-Sekyedumase Municipality was carved out of the former Sekyere and Offinso districts and was thus created following the implementation of the decentralization programme in 1988. The Assembly was established by a Legislative Instrument 1400, PNDC L.I 1400, of 29th November, 1988 and upgraded to municipal status by L.I 2098, 6th February, 2012.
The Municipality is located within Longitudes 1°5W and 1°39′ W and Latitudes 7°9′ N and 7°36’N. It has land size of about 1,782.2sq.km. (690. 781sq.miles) and is the fifth largest of the 30 districts in Ashanti Region. It constitutes about 7.3% of the region’s total land area with about one third of its land area lying in the Afram Plains. The capital Ejura, is 106 km from Kumasi, the Regional capital.
Following the creation of new Assembly, the Ejura Sekyedumase Municipality, located in the Northern part of the Ashanti Region, now shares borders with Atebubu-Amantin District in the North-West, Mampong Municipality to the East, Sekyere South District to the South and the Offinso Municipal Assembly to the West.
The goal of the Assembly is to reduce poverty levels and facilitate the improvement of quality of life of all manner of people within the Assembly’s jurisdiction through the provision of basic services, agricultural development and participation in decision making.
The Vision of the Municipality is to become a client Oriented public service organisation providing legal government services to improve the living standards of people.
The ESMA exists to facilitate improvement in the quality of life of the people within its jurisdiction through equitable provision of services and infrastructure for the development of the Municipality within the context of good governance and equal opportunity for all.