Stop dodging, ducking, avoiding legitimate queries of our revered clergy — Ablakwa to National Cathedral Secretariat

Stop dodging, ducking, avoiding legitimate queries of our revered clergy — Ablakwa to National Cathedral Secretariat
Stop dodging, ducking, avoiding legitimate queries of our revered clergy — Ablakwa to National Cathedral Secretariat

Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has stated that it has come to his attention that legitimate questions from the board of trustees of the National Cathedral are being brushed aside by the Secretariat and government officials.

According to him, the eminent men of God are asking critical questions about the National Cathedral.

In a tweet on July 15, he indicated that the National Cathedral secretariat and government officials must stop dodging and avoiding the genuine questions the board of trustees are asking and provide honest answers.

“Multiple unimpeachable sources have confirmed to me that more and more eminent clergy invited by President Akufo-Addo to serve as Trustees for the infamous National Cathedral project are asking critical questions and demanding honest responses to the many putrefying scandals that have emerged about the project.

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“I will urge the National Cathedral Secretariat and government officials, as a matter of obligation, to stop dodging, ducking and avoiding the legitimate queries of our revered clergy,” he indicated.

The National Cathedral project has come under public scrutiny after it was revealed that a whooping US$400 million from the public purse has been pumped into the project contrary to earlier assertion that the project was going to be constructed with private funding sources.