In the heat of the Government's decision to build a National Cathedral, a lot of well meaning Ghanaians has welcomed the Gov't's decision with lambastive arguments, calling this decision from the Government as a lost priority.
Many others, especially prominent religious leaders in Ghana has also offered their genuine views about this decision which is in tune with same.
Earlier this week, Gov't call to Ghanaians to support the building of the Cathedral has been shockingly graced with a whooping 50,000 cedis donation from the chief Imam towards this agenda. This kind gesture is what I believe to be a fiber of religous tolerance and unity from the Muslim Leader amidst our doctrinal beliefs and differences.
I want to commend the Chief Imam for his virtuosic gesture in supporting the building of the Cathedral. I support the many calls from Ghanaians to confer on the Chief Imam, an embodiment and an epitome of peace and tolerance as shown by his personality.
Indeed, Ghana's future in tripartite religious community has a wonderful future.
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