The 55 year- old chief, whose stool name is Nana Kwesi Ennin III, succeeded his late uncle; Nana Kwesi Ennin II, who died four years ago.

The Gyasehen took an oath before the chief of the town, Nana Kwaw Fosu III and people of the town.

He pledged to follow the good deeds of his predecessor during rain or shine and would never fail in the development of the community.

He said he would see to it that the Breman Jamra citizens’ residents outside the town form a body and submit reports to facilitate development.

Nana Kwesi Ennin, expressed gratitude to the chiefs, stool elders and people of Breman Jamra for accepting him for the post.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency, he said he is disturbed by instability and low reception of internet communication in the town and would therefore contact the agents including MTN and TIGO to install masts or poles or accessories that could reverse the situation.

Nana Fosu, expressed appreciation for the pledge by the Gyasehen to support the town’s development.

Source: GNA/News Ghana

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