Christians In Ghana Go To Church On Sundays, National Cathedral Is Not Needed By Ghanaians – Nana Yaa Jantuah
The General Secretary of the Convention People’s Party (CPP), Nana Yaa Akyempim Jantuah has said in a recent interview that Ghanaians do not need a national cathedral.
During an interview on the New Day show with Johnnie Hughes on TV3 Thursday September, Nana Yaa averred that every Christian attends church every Sunday hence, there is no need for the cathedral.
“I don’t think we need the cathedral now. Every Sunday everybody goes to church and so what is the use of the cathedral,” she said while contributing to a discussion on the suspension of the project. The suspension of the project was due to financial constraints.
Some letters sighted online and issued to workers by contractors Ribade Company Limited said “lack of payment from the National Cathedral of Ghana” has resulted in the suspension of the project.
“In compliance with such an obligation under the contract, RIBADE COMPANY LTD has no option but to issue this letter of notice terminating the agreement between RIBADE COMPANY LTD and you as per the provisions of your employment agreement,” a termination letter to one of the workers noted.
The notice of termination took effect on Monday, March 14.