North Tongu District
|North Tongu District|
|District Executive||Bubey Dzinadu|
The North Tongu District was first established in 1989 as the Adidome District. The name was later changed as the district's inhabitants pushed for a more unifying name for the district. The district's current member of parliament is Honorable Joe Gidisu, the former minister for roads and highways.
North Tongu District is bounded by:
- the Lake Volta to the west,
- Ho Municipal District and the Akatsi South District to the east,
- South Tongu District to the south east, and
- Adaklu District to the north.
The vegetation lies in the Tropical Savannah Grassland zone. The Volta River cuts the district into two halves from north to south.
In addition to Battor Dugame, the capital and administrative centre, North Tongu District contains the following villages: