On Sunday, 6th September, 2020, the parliamentary candidate for the ruling New Patriotic Party in Asikuma Odoben Brakwa Constituency, Honourable Emmanuel Adjei Domson together with his campaign team paid courtesy visit to the royal palace of the Omanhene and Chiefs of Breman Traditional Area as it marked the celebration of the Akwasidae festival.
Hon. Adjei Domson and his entourage met Odeafou Amoakwa Boadu VIII together with his Chiefs and Elders where he introduced himself to them as the new Parliamentary Candidate representing the New Patriotic Party in the forthcoming 2020 general election in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa Constituency.
When addressing the Omanhene, Chiefs and Elders of Breman State, Hon. Adjei Domson briefly reminded them of some of his major developmental projects he saw to their implementation during his tenure in office as the most outstanding District Chief Executive from 2005 to 2008.
Honorable Emmanuel Adjei Domson presented some of his core visions and developmental policies before the Omanhene, Odeafou Amokwa Boadu VIII and his Chiefs.
During his presentation, Hon. Adjei Domson was emphatic that, he will expand the infrastructure in our education and health sector where he will help build 15 Teachers Bungalows and Nurses Quarters for Agona Odoben SHS and Health Center respectively.
He will establish community day senior high schools in Jamra and Bedum, and establish factories to help create jobs for the unemployed youth in the district.
He also assured the Omanhene of Breman Traditional Area, Odeafou Amoakwa Boadu VIII and his Chiefs that, when elected into office as the next Member of Parliament, he will continue the road construction projects within the constituency and extend it to minor towns and villages.
As part of Hon. Adjei Domson’s vision to rebrand and transform Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa district, He made it known to the Omanhene, Chiefs and Elders of Breman Traditional Area, his strategic plans to boost tourism in the District.
Hon. Adjei Domson, having served as former District Chief Executive, he was emphatic that, Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District is having several tourist sites which need to be developed, documented, and broadcasted to attract tourists around the world to the district in order to generate revenue for other developmental projects. He promised to make Asikuma Odoben Brakwa another tourism hub in central region.
Hon. Adjei Domson appealed to Odeafou Amoakwa Boadu VIII and his Chiefs for their blessings and support to win the Parliamentary Elections so that they can work together to rebuild Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa Constituency.
The Omanhene of Breman State, Odeafou Amoakwa Boadu VIII when speaking testified that, all the ideas of Hon. Emmaunuel Adjei Domson are in-line with their development plan and whether Hon. Adjei Domson become the next Member of Parliament or not, the Breman Traditional Council will involve him in the implementation of all their developmental plans and build Breman State together.
Odeafou Amokwa Boadu VIII appealed to Hon. Adjei Domson to see to it that, Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa Constituency get a University or a tertiary institution when he goes to Parliament.
Odeafou Amoakwa Boadu VIII revealed that, even before Hon. Adjei Domson became the DCE for Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa, he assisted him to draft the Breman Strategic Development Plan.
The Adontenhene for Breman Traditional Area, Nana Okoyaw Abonin testified that, Hon. Emmanuel Adjei Domson performed very well during his tenure in office as DCE of which he has done it before and can do better when he represent the constituency in Parliament.
Baakohene, the Odikro, Nana Adutwum also testified that, Hon. Adjei Domson is more matured to sell Asikuma Odoben Brakwa In Parliament.
Hon. Emmanuel Adjei Domson donated an undisclosed amount of cash to Omanhene, Chiefs, and Elders of the Breman Traditional Area as well as food items as they celebrated the Akwasidae last Sunday.
Honourable Emmanuel Adjei Domson was accompanied by his Campaign Team, Loyal Ladies, Staunch Queens and some Party faithfuls.
Story By: Bismark Botchwey
AOB-NPP New-Media Coordinator