The government has appealed to individuals to make a one hundred Ghana Cedis donation to aid the building of the National Cathedral.
The news have gone viral and many have had their say on whether they would contribute to the building of the Cathedral or not.
Today, a design by Tilapia who is known to paint many beautiful but funny portraits has gone viral because of what he puts in it.
Tilapia's designs always tell a story. This time, he portrays the image of people that sit at lorry stations or at convenient places to seek for alms. However , in the picture is the president of the Republic of Ghana holding a sign written " GHC100 for Cathedral ".
There are two big sacks behind the image and on it was written "Foreign Trips ".
Wysopera thinks that the image does go viral because of the many meanings that can be attached to it. Different people interpret situations in their own words.
However, it should be put on record that the government has opened the Portal for New and Existing NABCO members to either register or update their profiles HERE .
This should tell us that government still have Ghanaians at heart despite the fact that he has appealed for individuals to contribute towards the building of the Cathedral.
What story do you think is portrayed in Tilapia's image?
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