His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo and his New Patriotic Party (NPP) a few months ago disclosed one of their developmental projects, which was the construction of a multi-million dollars National Cathedral for the Christians.
After this announcement was made, Ghanaians shared various opinions on it where the majority of them disagreed to this with some of the reasons being that Ghana’s health sector should be first be considered before wasting money on building a National cathedral for only Christians in the Nation.
However, former AIDS ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has been spotted in a train in begging for donations to assist Nana Addo and his government in raising that amount of money to construct a Cathedral.
She said, “I am from Ghana and we are building a church for Jesus Christ to come and live in Ghana because we have too many problems, we don’t have enough schools for the children, we do not have enough drinking water, we do not have enough ambulances so when people fall sick they die.
“So we are raising 100 million dollars in Ghana to build a church for Jesus to come and solve our problems. We need your donations…”
Watch her in this video below;