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Controversies Surrounding National Cathedral Project Discouraging Ghanaians

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The construction of the National Cathedral project by President Akufo-Addo’s government has been surrounded by a lot of controversies. Ghanaians have expressed disinterest in the completion of the National Cathedral due to the controversies surrounding it. Margaret Ansei, a former MCE under former President John Mahama’s administration and a member of the NDC communications team, shared her opinion on the Sunrise show, adding her voice to the masses.

She raised concerns about the project’s controversies and lack of transparency. Ansei pointed out that the Secretary of the project, Rev. Kusi Boateng, has an alias, and the lawyers representing the project admitted to it in the Parliament documents. She cited her appointment as MCE, where her real name was clearly written and wondered why an alias was being used for the Secretary.

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Ansei expressed her disappointment with the cost of the project, which has reached $400 million, with no blocks laid yet. Taxpayers’ money has been spent on building the cathedral while the passport office and other essential structures have been demolished, and taxpayers will have to compensate for the losses.

In conclusion, Ansei quoted a portion of the Bible, emphasizing the need for transparency and accountability. She urged the government to redeem their vow to God and make it transparent to all Ghanaians.

For the most part, Ghanaians have expressed their displeasure about the project’s controversies and lack of transparency. The government needs to address the concerns raised by citizens and be accountable for the use of taxpayers’ money. The National Cathedral project should not be shrouded in secrecy, and Ghanaians deserve to know the truth. The government must redeem their vow to God and to Ghanaians by ensuring transparency and accountability in the National Cathedral project.

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