Chiefs in Breman Traditional Area express Gratitude to the Central Regional House of Chief President
The event took place at the Breman Traditional area palace when Odeefuo Amoakwa Boadu VIII celebrated his first Akwasidae this year.
Chiefs of Breman Traditional Area have extended their heartfelt gratitude to the King and President of Breman Traditional Area, Odeefuo Amoakwa Boadu (viii ) for being elected as President of the Central Regional House of chiefs'.
They indicated that it was their dream to have such a great leader occupy the seat as the President of the Central Regional House of chiefs coming from their own traditional area.
Nana Amponfi Agyeman IV, Akyeamhene of Breman Traditional Area stood on behalf of the chiefs and dedicated some precious items such us, Palanquin, small and big umbrella use by the Kings and Queens (KRƆNPƆNKYIM and BAMKYIM) and many more to Odeefuo Amoakwa Boadu VIII for his glorious victory.
Nana Okofo Nyarkoh Abiam II, Sanahene of Breman Traditional area also presented a decorated King's chair (ASITEM) to Odeefuo Amoakwa Boadu VIII for such a great victory and according to Sanahene of Breman Traditional area, he and the rest of the chiefs will be fully in support Odeefuo in everything.
Finally, the president of the Central Regional House of chiefs and Breman Traditional area, Odeefuo Amoakwa Boadu VIII, expressed his gratitude to the chiefs for the honor.
He appreciated the support of the chiefs and the people of Breman Asikuma during the election.
He urged them all to come together as one people to build Breman Asikuma.
He advised that the COVID-19 is real, so his people should follow all the safety protocols to help overcome the novel pandemic.
The Central Regional House of Chiefs president advised that Ghanaians should put party colors aside and unite to develop the country.
Abusuapanyin Kojo Ahinful, Central Regional Soireenews correspondent