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A Plus Mocks Akufo-Addo as Nebuchadnezzar For failing to Build Cathedral and Sends a Message as Well

The Building of the National Cathedral was met with much criticisms and skepticism. Many Ghanaians opposed the project from the very beginning but the President was bent on delivery a pledge he made to God before he won the 2016 elections.

Buildings belonging to the state as well as other private individuals had to be pulled down to make way for the establishment of this edifice. Some judges had to be evicted. About 50 offices and residential apartments were to also go down as well.

Apart from the cathedral being a 5000-seater auditorium, it will house a Bible Museum, and hopefully be an prominent infrastructure for tourism. Early March this year, a foundation stone signifying the commencement of construction work was laid. From there, a fence wall was erected around the land. Unfortunately, aside this, nothing has been done.

A Plus had this to say on his Facebook page: "When the government decided to apply commons sense by asking for help to build an infectious disease centre, the private sector immediately raised the money and built it in about 95 days. About 3 years ago, the government decided to obliterate newly built million-dollar structures to make way for the building of a cathedral. We are still waiting for the arrival of Nebuchadnezzar from Atiwa forest to tell us what is going on."

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