Member of Parliament for Okere Constituency in the Eastern Region Hon. Dan Botwe has failed to live by his words after pledging to assist Dreams FC to renovate the Theater of Dreams at Dawu ahead of the upcoming Ghana Premier League season.
Details of the pledge include the refurbishment of the main road leading to the entrance of the Theatre of Dreams.
He also pledged that the dressing room will also to get a massive facelift likewise some sections of the stands.
Dreams FC at the beginning of November announced the closure of the facility to make way for major renovation work ahead of its second campaign in the Ghanaian top flight.
The pledge made by the Member of Parliament who is also the Minister for Regional Reorganization and Development was thus to compliment the efforts being made by the club in upgrading the facility to surpass the minimum standards required to qualify for hosting Premier League matches.
“The people of this area are have been very excited and supportive of the activities of Dreams FC,” he told the Dreams FC delegation who visited him in November 2017..
“This is therefore my contribution towards the continuous enhancement of the sport in my area.
“Of course we are all happy that once more again the people of Dawu will be enjoying Premier League football and therefore every support required must be given in order for the team to succeed.”
“There is a lot of work ahead of us at the Theatre of Dreams but this will go a long way towards easing the load on us.
But after months of persistent reminders, the Hon. Minister has not responded to his pledge compelling Dreams FC to rechannel resources meant for other projects into the rehabilitation of the facility.
Dreams FC is determined to put all arrangements in place ahead of time before the 2017/18 season kicks off early next year.
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