MP Dan Botwe pledges support to Dreams FC

Member of Parliament for the Okere Constituency Dan Kweku Botwe has pledged support to the ongoing renovation works at the home grounds of Dreams FC, the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu.

Hon. Botwe made the pledge during a meeting with the leadership of the Premier League club at his private residence in Abiriu over the weekend.


Details of the pledge include the refurbishment of the main road leading to the entrance of the Theatre of Dreams.

The dressing room is also to get a massive facelift likewise some sections of the stands.
Dreams FC at the beginning of the month 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 is 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 led by President Mohammed Jiji Alifoe.

“This is therefore my contribution towards the continues 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.”

Dreams FC President who was accompanied by his Vice Prince Abdul Hamid, Administrative Manager Ameenu Shardow and the head of Supporters and Community Relations Yussif Iddrisu thanked the MP for his kind and timely gesture.

“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.

“We are very happy for this and we can tell you with this kind of support, the club is further motivated to produce wonders in the coming season.”
Management is expected to visit the Theatre of Dreams sometime this week to inspect the progress of work so far.

Dreams FC is determined to put all arrangements in place ahead of time before the 2017/18 season kicks off early next year.

The club has already made three key signings to beef up the playing body while also profiting from the enhanced knowledge of their coaches following their return from a refresher course in Germany.

Dreams FC paid a courtesy call after the club gained promotion to the premier league in 2016.