National Cathedral: God is not homeless-Kwaku Asafo-Agyei

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The Ashanti Regional Deputy Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Alex Kwaku Asafo-Agyei says God is not homeless for president Akufo-Addo to build him a National Cathedral.

President of the republic of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been under criticism for the huge amount of money invested in the construction of the National Cathedral which was his personal pledge to his God despite Ghana’s economic wobbles.

Mr Asafo-Agyei in a panel discussion on the Kumasi based Otec FM’s political talk show dubbed ‘Dwaberem’ hosted by Prince Nii Ade (Dr Cash), says there has been alleged infractions in the ongoing Cathedral project discuss causing a lot of shame for the government.

He says he believes this is why the president Akufo-Addo has not yet said a word approximately over the issue. NDC’s are unravelling plenty of mysteries. It’s a disgrace that a project being executed in the name of the Lord Almighty has been marred in all this deception and blatant disregard or our legal guidelines he added.

He additionally raised suspicion over the award of the contract for the constructing of the National Cathedral. He indicated that the agreement reeked of procurement breaches due to the fact David Adjaye until a month in the past was not a member of the Ghana Institute of Architects so how was he given the contract to construct the cathedral and government flagship project of Agenda 111 district hospitals and different projects withinside the country?

According to him Adjaye has been paid $22 million in advance which is sort of 10% of the project cost. How can a temple of truth, holiness and piety can’t be constructed on a basis of unholy lies, deception and lacking transparency? He quizzes.

According to Asafo-Agyei God doesn’t have any bank account for people to deposit in money so Ghanaians should let president Akufo-Addo fund the project alone as promised during the 2016 campaign tour.

The National Cathedral is an anciental project that gives a sacred area and infrastructure for the formal religious activities of the nation, like national funerals and presidential inaugural services. It is that this countrywide feature that distinguishes Ghana’s from the other Cathedrals withinside the country.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Louis Gyamerah

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