Missionaries report that two new stakes will be created within the next couple weeks in Accra, Ghana. Currently the Church operates four stakes in the Accra area. Provided with the year of creation, these stakes include the Accra Ghana Adenta (1991), Accra Ghana Christiansborg (1997), Tema Ghana (2006), and Accra Ghana McCarthy Hill (2007). Once the two new stakes are created, Accra will be the city in West Africa with the most stakes.
Within the next month or so, two new districts will also be created. The Kpong Ghana District will be organized from the Accra Ghana Adenta Stake and include branches in the Kpong area and in Ho. The Church organized a district once in Kpong in 2006 but consolidated the district with the Accra Ghana Adenta Stake following the creation of the Accra Ghana McCarthy Hill Stake.
The other new district will be created in Sunyani, where the first LDS missionaries were assigned about 18 months ago when at the time there were no known Latter-day Saints in the city. Sunyani stands as one of the greatest successes to LDS Church planting within the past two decades. A case study on church planting in Sunyani can be found here.