The Omanhene of Breman Traditional Area, Odeefuo Amoakwa Buadu VIII and his Sanaahene, Nana Okofo Nyarkoh Abaim II, have been honoured by Addison International (AICEI).
This was done in collaboration with the Village Life Royals, a non-governmental organisation based in Breman Asikuma in the Central Region.
Odeefuo Amoakwa Buadu, who is also the president of the Central Regional House of Chiefs was presented with a citation, a certificate in emotional intelligence and copies of a book on emotional intelligence titled ‘My child my future’ and authored by Mr James Kwesi Addison.
Making the presentation, lead consultant of AICEI, Mr Addison said Odeefuo Buadu had presented to the people of the Central Region and Ghana at large, exemplary leadership both in the corporate and traditional settings.
Speaking after the presentation, Odeefuo thanked the two institutions for the honour done him and his elders.
He dedicated the awards to his elders and lauded the AICEI for showing respect to the traditional rulers.
In a related special ceremony, the Saanahene of Breman Traditional Area, Okofo Nyarkoh Abaim II was also honoured and presented with copies of ‘My Child My Future’ and a citation for his humanitarian initiatives and contributions to the security and peaceful environment of the Breman Traditional Area.
Nana Okofo Nyarkoh Abaim II expressed gratitude to AICEI for the recognition and pledged his support for the collaboration between the Emotional Intelligence Centre and the Village Life Royals.
In his remarks, founder of the Village Life Royals, Mr Godfred Ampomah, assured of his organisation’s commitment to the development of the youth in the Breman Asikuma Traditional Area.
FROM TIMES REPORTER, BREMAN-ASIKUMA