Gambaga

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Gambaga
District Capital
Gambaga is located in Ghana
Gambaga
Gambaga
Location in Ghana
Coordinates: 10°31′50″N 0°26′32″W / 10.53056°N 0.44222°W / 10.53056; -0.44222
CountryFlag of Ghana.svg Ghana
RegionNorthern Region
DistrictEast Mamprusi District

Gambaga is the capital of the East Mamprusi Municipal Assembly in the North East Region of Ghana. Gambaga was the first administrative capital of the then Northern Territory, Its main economics are agriculture, quarrying and trade. Once a residence of Mamprusi-kings it is still the capital of East Mamprusi Municipal Assembly, a municipality in the Northern Region of Ghana.[1] It is home to several ancient Mossi chiefs' gravsites.Gambaga has no district hospital, bank, GPRTU Station etcetera

Gambaga was the capital of the Northern Territory during colonial era but lost it to Tamale. Perennial water shortages is the main challenge for residents of Gambaga. Nalerigu is the economic hub of the East Mamprusi District and regional capital of the North East Region of Ghana.

EAST MAMPRUSI MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY(GAMBAGA)
EAST MAMPRUSI MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY CAR PARK (Gambaga)
Gambaga SSNIT office (Gambaga).
SNNIT FLAT (GAMBAGA)
Ghana Education Service (Gambaga)
Audit Service (Gambaga)
Ghana Prison Service (Gambaga)
WADERS CANTEEN (Gambaga)
Ghana Fire Service (Gambaga)
VRA Municipal office Gambaga
GAMBAGA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DOMETRY
OFFICE OF THE DIVISIONAL POLICE COMMAND(GAMBAGA)
GAMBAGA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEW DOME-TRY
GAMBAGA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEW ADMINISTRATION BLOCK
GAMBAGA GIRLS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DINING HALL


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Coordinates: 10°31′50″N 0°26′32″W / 10.53056°N 0.44222°W / 10.53056; -0.44222