The discussion about the construction of National Cathedral seems not to be ending anytime soon. Some section of Ghanaians are against it whilst many has vehemently explained why as a nation we need the National Cathedral.
Twene Jonas, a social media influencer is part of the section of Ghanaians who believe that as a developing nation we do not need a cathedral. He has spoken against it on a couple of occasions and today he has gone an extra mile in displaying his rage against it.
Earlier this evening, Twene Jonas was live on his Facebook page to ask his followers some questions. He asked them if it is really true that Chief Imam has contributed an amount of GHC50K for the building of the cathedral.
He again said that he is really disappointed in the president of Ghana because in his campaign and even in his manifesto he never said he will be building a National Cathedral. He explained that the president told us he will be building a factory in each district and not a cathedral.
Do you think what Twene Jonas is saying is true? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
Watch the video here https://www.facebook.com/twenejonastv/videos/1418374231860446/?app=fbl
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