Breman Asikuma (C/R)
May 31, GNA – Odeefuo Amoakwa Buadu VIII Paramount Chief of Breman Asikuma
Traditional Area has called on sons and daughters of Bremanman to join the
fight at developing the area.
He said they were the least developed community in Central Region, which was not pleasant news, and “as I am the father of Bremanman I get worried, because our community needs a lot of development and I will need the support of all and sundry”.
Odeefuo Amoakwa Buadu VIII made the call at a community durbar the traditional council organised in Breman Asikuma to discuss how they could complete an abandoned community centre at Apagya in Asikuma Township which had been handed over to the community.
Stakeholders at the durbar included; Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa (AOB) representatives, members of the clergy, heads of Department and Institutions, Ebysuapanyifo, Nananom, Assembly members and a number of Bremanfo.
According to the Paramount Chief the Traditional Council made a passionate appeal to the Central Minister Mr Kwamina Duncan to coordinate with the Central Regional Development Commission (CEDECOM) to hand over the said uncompleted project to them.
We are most grateful to the Central Regional Minister for the steps he took that had made them the ownership of the said project, he stated.
“If we ourselves as citizens of Bremanman do not put together our forces and resources to develop our community and to continue to depend on others to champion the cause for us, then we should remember that the needed development we are looking for will not be materialised’.
He said their ancestors forged ahead as one people with one accord that enabled them to build the Bremanman State and it was about time for them also, continue from where they left by rekindling their love and commitment spirit for the community.
The Omanhene said they were privileged to have in place a five-year Strategic Development Plan which would help them to develop the area, and added that a group called Breman Development Committee had volunteered to help them implement the plan and called for the support of all and sundry.
He expressed the hope that the community centre would be completed to help them and urged citizens to contribute towards its completion.