The MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has made what Paul Opoku-Mensah, the executive director of the National Cathedral of Ghana, has called unfounded allegations against the national project. He has demanded that Ablakwa be called to order.
The National Cathedral was allegedly registered as a private organization in recent weeks, according to Ablakwa, who has been outspoken over the cathedral project.
On The Asaase Breakfast Show on Wednesday (22 June), Opoku-Mensah responded to the development and stated that the claim might damage the president’s reputation as well as the reputations of other dignitaries connected to the project.
“The problems being discussed are crucial concerns that have the potential to destroy this nation… There is a certain level that we shouldn’t cross, Opoku-Mensah added. “I understand the political situation and the competition in politics.
“This country shouldn’t go below a certain threshold if we have almost major breaches that you believe have occurred, and we do have institutions, so for me it’s a request.
A legislator cannot and should not be permitted to come bandying accusations without providing evidence, and if these things are indeed true, why don’t they ask for investigations, continued Opoku-Mensah. “And our political leaders really have to be called to order,” she continued.