Speaking on the Good Morning Ghana show on Metro TV this morning, Dr. Kingsley Nyarko revealed that there is nothing wrong for the president to use state resources to build the Cathedral. He added that the National Cathedral is needed because it will create a lot of jobs. He explained this and revealed that the people and other engineers will get work to do and get some income when the Cathedral is constructed.
He explained the reason why he thinks that there is nothing wrong if the president decides to use part of state resources to support the construction of the National Cathedral.
"When David said he was going to build a temple for God and God said No, you descendants will do it and Solomon decided to do it in 1st Kings 5 and 6. This quotations shows that it was citizens who came together and contributed for that building" he said.
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