In a statement, Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng responded to charges of corruption, conflict of interest, and dual citizenship brought against him.
The Man of God stated in the release that the claims made by the former regarding the latter are distorted narration and that his attention has been attracted to the defamatory publications by the MP for Noth Tongu, Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa.
Mr. Kusi went on to assert unequivocally in the signed statement that Mr. Ablakwa’s accusations against him are part of an evil political plot.
In his interactions with the Ghanaian government or the National Cathedral, he said, neither a criminal intent nor a criminal act had ever been performed by him.
Rev. Kusi Boateng commented that he will continue to pay his fair share to the National Cathedral Project and offer his skills to the nation of Ghana as a response to the outrageous accusations.
Read the full statement below:
Earlier on the National Cathedral Board of Trustees issued a statement to defend the Power Chapel Man of God Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng ,according to them he even lead them to get Ghc 2.6m loan with no interest.
Read their statement below: