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I always pray for forgiveness for National Cathedral critics - Aps. Prof. Opoku Onyinah

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The chairman of the board of trustees of the National Cathedral, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, has disclosed that he prays for all those who criticise the construction of the National Cathedral. He said this during an interview on Asempa fm stating that those who criticise the project don't have a full understanding of what the construction of the Cathedral signifies and what it holds for us as a country.

"We don't have to speak against our leaders or insult them because we do not agree with them on something, so I always pray that God forgives the critics of the project" he said. He urged all Ghanaians to eschew the politics that has been mixed with the discussion of the construction of the National monument. He is also of the view that all those criticising the project would eventually have a change of mind and probably apologise when the project is completed. He appealed with all Ghanaians to exercise a little restraint since the board would do monthly accounts of all their activities, stating also that One million Christians or Ghanaians could help build the National Cathedral.

The construction of the National Cathedral has been a matter of National and International discussion ever since the President, Nana Akuffo-Addo unveiled his intention to construct a National Monument to honor God, his maker. Recently though, the criticisms became even more vehement when the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, in his Mid-Year Budget review made a passionate appeal to all Ghanaians to donate Ghs100 monthly towards the project. This initiative has been dubbed as "Ketoa Biaa Nsua" literally translating into "no amount is too small". The Cathedral, according to the Finance Minister, is expected to be completed and officially commissioned on March 6 2024

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