The chiefs of Breman Traditional Council have commended the government for the numerous developmental projects executed in the area, through the District Assembly, to help improve the livelihood of the people.
Odaefo Amoakwa Buadu VIII, President of Breman, Asikuma Traditional Council and paramount Chief of Breman Asikuma, gave the commendation at a durbar of the chiefs and people of the area, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Nana Barima Fi III, Kyidomhene of Breman Traditional Area.
The programme also enabled the people to take stock of the previous year and plan for the areas development.
He said although they had been undertaking developmental programmes, they were unable to successfully execute them due to their limited finances.
Odeaefo Amoakwa Buadu appealed to the government to release some of the Common Fund to help them carry out their visions towards the growth of the area.
He advised parents in the area to invest in the education of their children, rather than spending their monies on litigations which would not bring development.
Nana Barima Fi III, who is also a Lecturer at the University of Professional Studies UPS, said education of the youth the future manpower of the country was one of the priorities and appealed to all to join him to ensure that the youth were well informed to be able to contribute positively to the society.