The Founder and Leader of the Heaven's Gate Ministries, Nicholas Osei popularly known as Prophet Kumchacha has warned government to stop building national cathedral and invest into hospitals and roads.
Prophet lamented over poor condition of hospitals, roads, sanitation and many more needs to be urgently address by the government rather than spending huge amounts of money to build the cathedral.
Kumchacha said, government should use cathedral contributions for hospital beds, construction of better roads and maintain good sanitation system to reduce floods.
He mentioned that, some patients are sleeping bed floor in hospitals expecially Korle- Bu teaching hospital and even labor wards are worst.
"This cathedral doesn't need to be built because there are alots of churches to worship in the country. God doesn't need this cathedral and will never praise you for building but turn rather to poor and vulnerable in the society, make significant impact to change their tears into joy' he stated.
However, many churches have contributed to support the cathedral.
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