NANA AKOMANYI III ENSTOOLED
BY GEOFFREY BUTA
HE enstoolment of Nana Akomanyi III, Adontsenhen of Breman Essiam Traditional Area in the Central Region has brought blessing and more hope to the people of the community. The seat has been vacant for the past 35years.
Delegates from United Kingdom, United States, India, Europe and Sierra Leone who witnessed the occasion donated an amount of 6,200 US Dollars to support the Breman Essiam educational fund, medical equipment for the health centre, educational materials for some selected schools and paints for the police station.
It was the major turning point in the life of Nana Akomanyi III as well as the state of Breman Essiam Traditional Council
She was carried in a palanquin with her husband, son and other traditional leaders leading her through the whole township for about one-and-half hours.
Nana Akomanyi III swore the oath of allegiance to the paramount chief, Nana Okadwe Appia II, Members of the Traditional Council and Bentsifo (the Asafo).
Delivering her first official speech to the chiefs and people of Breman Essiam, Nana Akomanyi III promised to promote unity and integrate the whole community.
She said it was very important that efforts to promote the economic and social status of women should rely, in particular, on the developmental strategies that stern from the goals and objectives, in building a better community.
Nana Condua VI, the Paramount Chief of Edina traditional Area, stressed the need for the people to adopt family-planning methods to control childbirth.
Nana Okadwe Appia II, the chief of Breman Essiam Traditional Area, urged the youth to tale their education seriously for it is the source of development for every country.
He later said he would be launching a youth foundation to help the youth in the community to acquire employable skills
Nana Okadwe Appia II later called on corporate and individuals organizations to support the worthy cause of youth development.
Nana Afua Asewaa II, the queen mother of Breman Essiam, thanked the delegates for their support towards the educational fund.
The Spectator Page: 20 Saturday, December 11, 2010