May 30, 2024

The dream to construct Technical Vocational Education and Training College (TVET ) in Breman Essiam, in the central region of Ghana to promote education and skills for the youth to create jobs for themselves has come into reality.

The Chief and Elders of Breman Esiam in their efforts to secure a better future for the youth and enhancing development in the country  have secured land for the construction of TVET to achieve their goal.

The 10 acre parcels of land was handed over to the Committee tasked to ensure the Area gets a Second Cycle Institution.

In September 2023, the Breman Essiam Traditional Council inaugurated a five (5) member committee with the vision to access all resources and knowledge to establish a second cycle Institution for the Traditional Area.

According to the report, all efforts by the Chiefs and People of the Area to establish a second cycle school in the area for many years have proven unsuccessful.

Consequently, the Nana Efua Esiwaa II Educational fund and the Odeefuo Afankwa lll Technical and Vocational Organisation and the successive Afahy3 programmes were aimed at raising funds to support such a vision.

At the latest briefing by the committee at the sitting of the Breman Essiam Traditional Council,  the Committee led by Ebusuapanyin Kobina Mbir( Bright Abekah-Mensah) presented to the council that the committee possessed a 10 acre land for the project.

He disclosed that the land was cleared, access road prepared, and a sign post ready to be erected to guarantee the establishment of the school.

He added that a road map is in place to ensure that a private TVET institution starts operations by September 2024. He intimated that the committee is in talks with the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, the Ghana TVET service, and the Ministry of Education to support Breman Essiam to get a TVET Institution.

The secretary of the committee also emphasized that the TVET option was considered in the interest of the aspirations of the people to raise citizens with skills to move the development agenda of the communities within Breman Essiam District.

Source: Odoom