A known member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) who also happens to be a musician, Rex Omar has boldly revealed unexpected secrets about the National Cathedral being built by the ruling Akufo-Addo government. He strangely called the National Cathedral a “den of satan”.
During an exclusive interview with Joy News, Rec Omar boldly revealed that even the premise on which the cathedral is being built is wrong. He then revealed that Akufo-Addo first all mentioned it was private but now, it's going to be public. He finally called it a den of satan and not a cathedral.
“ First of all, even the premise on which it is being built is even wrong and was false. From the day, they say it's private but all of a sudden it's now a state project. Meanwhile, when you check from the Registrar's General, it's still private. So you see, the whole thing is built on some deception. For me, I will call it a den of satan and not a cathedral because it is wrong to build something for God when it's based on deception.” Rex Omar boldly revealed this.
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