The Kadjebi district is predominantly an agricultural producing

district.  The district which is rural in nature is characterized by

availability of large  tracks of land for farming and average soil fertility which support the cultivation of crops like cassava, yams, cocoyam, plantain, maize, cocoa and oil palm.  The low industrial base of the district, has inevitably encouraged majority of the employable population to take to agriculture.  Available statistics from the 2000 Population and Housing  Census indicate that 62.5% of the economically active population are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry, 14.8% are in the production and transport sector, while 11.1% are in the trading sector.