MzVee, a successful female artist from Ghana, has also shared her thoughts on the debate surrounding the National Cathedral.
One of the topics that has generated the most heated discussion in recent months has been the building of a national cathedral. Many Ghanaians believe that, given the current status of the nation’s economy, a cathedral is not currently essential.
In a recent interview with Pulse Ghana, MzVee expressed the opinions of the majority of Ghanaians, saying that rather than constructing a national cathedral, certain basic issues need to be fixed.
In her own words;
I think there are basic things we should look at before we think about building a national cathedral in this country. I feel like for every five minutes there is a church, so why don’t we focus on fixing street lights, fixing potholes basic things like that before we think about one big church for God.”
Mzvee also lamented over the economic hardships in the country by revealsing that at she was filling her car’s tank with GHC 300, however, the situation has changed adding that she now uses GHC 700 to fill her tank.
“Hardship has definitely increased in Ghana. I think Ghana is part of the top 5 countries since the Ukraine and Russia war that is like going through it.
I was filling my tank for about GH300 but now I fill it for close to GH700 so yeah it’s hard in Ghana. I don’t have a good take on E-Levy because I feel like it’s a double taxation situation.”