Kevin Taylor, US based Ghanaian journalist has sent a key message to the founder and leader of Action Chapel International ministry, Bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams about issues popping up on the National Cathedral project.
Kevin Taylor dropped a video on social media to show the message Pastor Duncan Williams put across some time about his view on the cathedral project. In the video, the man of God revealed that there is nothing wrong with the construction of the National Cathedral if the funds for building such project is not from the taxes of Ghanaians.
Kevin Taylor has reacted to this and has made it clear to Pastor Duncan Williams that he should grant another interview and have his new view about the project. The reason is that government is now using the taxes of Ghanaians to construct the project despite making it clear to Ghanaians that the taxes of Ghanaians won't be used for the project.
Following this new strategy by the government to support the project with the taxes of Ghanaians, some persons have hit hard on the government. Some politicians have even come out to expose the government on some "corrupt" practices about the project.
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