Revelations about the national cathedral does not seem to have an end. The minority in parliament, the NDC keep on revealing secrets that is unbelievable.
The latest development in the revelations is the fact that the national cathedral, that is supposed to be a national thing, in other words a public institution or state owned, according to Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa's tweet has revealed that it is registered as a private institution and the names of two reverend ministers are also missing in the incorporation documents.
According to Okudzeto Ablakwa, the 7page document released by the secretariat of the national cathedral on June 17, 2022 in their press release is false.
Bishop Dag Heward Mills and Rev Cephas Omenyo's names according to him are not included in the incorporation documents which have the registered names of the Board of Trustees for the national cathedral.
This truth, the MP for North Tongu says was found in a document he obtained from the Registrar Generals Office.
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