The National Cathedral Secretariat’s Executive Director revealed that the project’s progress has been put on hold due to a lack of funding.
Despite the current circumstances, the secretariat hopes “that over the next couple of weeks, as part of our fundraising and other initiatives we can begin work again,” according to Dr. Paul Opoku-Mensah.
All contractors and employees, he claimed, were present on the job site but were rendered inactive as a result of the change.Therefore, Dr. Opoku Mensah is urging Ghanaians, especially Christians, to give at least $100 year to support the President’s vision.
“The amount of money may be significant, but if there are 21 million Christians and everyone of them can contribute $100 per month for a year, we will be able to finish the project on schedule. Out of the 21 million Christians in Ghana, I don’t think we can’t get a million of them to endorse this. We will succeed because I still believe in the Ghanaian, the man remarked.
A group from the Redeem Christian Church of God visited the Secretariat as a courtesy and brought a donation for the organization. Dr. Opoku Mensah addressed them.