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Anyone Who Speaks Against The National Cathedral Invites Curses On Himself. -Prophet Victor Boateng

The issue of the proposed national cathedral to be build by this current Akufo Addo led government has become a topic for discussion. It became more critical after a plea was made by the government, through the finance minister to Ghanaians to make a monthly contribution of Ghc 100.

A lot of Ghanaians, especially Christians per se are the very people who have since chastised the government. And to make things more pathetic, the national chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Sharimutu also received the bashing of his life just for making a voluntary contribution of 50,000 Ghana cedis the national cathedral.

In attempt to salvage the chief imam and the government from these relentless attacks and insults, the leader and founder of Power Chapel international, Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng has issued a stern caution to those against the building of the cathedral.

Speaking live on Starr FM during a one on one interview with Nana Aba Anamoah, the prophet of God who is at the same time the general secretary for the board in charge of the national cathedral, has warned Ghanaians not to speak against the project as well as those making donations.

According to him, the project is not something to please the government, but its a cathedral for God and anyone who speaks against it shall incur the wrath of God. Supporting his stance with the holy Bible, he quoted Jesus statement he made towards Judas Iscariot when he questioned Mary Magdalene for pouring an expensive fragrance oil in the feet if Jesus instead of selling it to help the needy.

He revealed as Jesus replied Judas, Ghanaians should know that these poor and needy people will forever remain amongst us as a country and that shouldn't be a substitute for God's temple.

"Ghanaians should be very careful. Anyone who speaks against the building of the national cathedral directly incurs the wrath of God not only upon himself, but upon his unborn generations". He warned.

The big question is, didn't Ghanaians talk against the national mosque that was commissioned some months ago, but are attacking tgw national cathedral?

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