The Bono East Region is one of the sixteen regions in Ghana and forms part of the six newly created Regions out of the existing ten Regions of Ghana.
The Region was created on the 13th of February, 2019 with the Constitutional Instrument (C.I) 113 after the people within the catchment of the new region on 27th December, 2018 voted YES for the creation of the Bono East region with 525,275 out of the 448,545 voters who cast their ballot in the referendum.
Bono East is part of the vegetation belt of Ghana and has its capital as Techiman. With a population of 104,212 people as of 2013, the region has eleven Municipal and District Assemblies (MDAs) under its jurisdiction.
The MDAs in the region are Atebubu-Amanten Municipal, Kintampo Municipal, Kintampo South District, Nkoranza North District, Nkoranza South Municipal, Pru East District, Pru West District, Sene East District, Sene West District, Techiman North District and Techiman Municipal Assemblies.
The Bono East Region covers a total land area of 39,557km2 and is bordered on the north by Northern Region, west by Bono Region, on the south by the Ashanti Region and on the east by the Volta Lake.