The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa has aked Nana Akufo-Addo and his official.secretarist fir the infamous National Cathedral project to stop dodging legitimate questions by the clergy.
According to him, the board of trustees of the National Cathedral, which is made up of reverred clergy men are asking critical questions with regards to the many putrefying scandals about the project which needs honest answers by the president and the secretariat of the National Cathedral.
However, honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa says there has not been a single answer to the questions asked.
Letters upon letters have been sent by Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, but there has been no response whatsoever to him from the govt or the secretariat.
Honourable Okudzeto therefore questions in a twitter post on Friday July 15, "how many letters do they expect the venerable Bishop Dag Heward-Mills to write before they offer him at least one reply?"
In view of this, he asks the president and the Secretariat of the National Cathedral to stop dodging, ducking and avoiding legitimate questions and come out with their responses to the many letters as a matter of obligation.
"I will urge the National Cathedral Secretariat and government officials, as a matter of obligation to stop dodging, ducking and avoiding legitimate queries from our revered clergy."
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