A philanthropist and resident of the Mfantseman constituency of the Central Region, Mr. James Korsah-Brown has promised to take Mfantseman constituency to the international level by helping to move the area from its present agric dominant microeconomy to an industrialised level to add value.
This forms part of efforts to make the area an industrial hub following its dominance in producing raw material such as raw salt, kaolin, clay and palm fruits to industry.
According to him, plans are underway to rebrand Mfantseman constituency to allow more investors take advantage to build more factories to grow the local business.
Mr Korsah-Brown who is an international trade and finance expert managing over 200 companies in Ghana indicated that Mfantseman has a very rich history.
This came to the known when he stormed Woraba community in the Mfantseman constituency with his team to commission a Ghc 20,000 water project for the people of the area.
The project would help solve the water supply challenges of the area and the neighbouring communities of which school children are the most affected.
Mr. Korsah Brown who is embarking on social initiatives in Mfantseman including distribution of school bags and sandals to needy children, execution of mechanized boreholes, training youth on entrepreneurial skills, rehabilitation of school blocks among others, said he will do more for his constituents.
He also is chasing his dreams to become a Member of Parliament (MP) for Mfantseman constituency said he will change the phase of the area if he gets the nod to serve the people in the area.
On his part, the Chief of Woraba and Nkusukum Mankrado, Nana Okofo Ataapim Kweenu IX saluted Mr. Korsah- Brown for his numerous developmental projects and asked God's blessings for him to do more.
He strongly believed he (Korsah Brown) good work would lead him to victory in his future endeavour
Nana Okofo Kweenu was extremely grateful to Mr. Korsah Brown for the gesture, which according to him, would help reduce the pains people went through in search of potable drinking water.