Ghana’s Deputy Finance Minister, Hon. John Kumah has sent a piece of advice to persons badmouthing the ¢100 contributions to support the building of national cathedral.

According to him, people criticizing the contribution should put a stop to it to avoid God’s curse.

Hon. Kumah explained that God needs a place of worship hence the decision to build a house for him so those chastising it are doing it at their own risk.

The government of Ghana is pleading with Ghanaians to contribute ¢100 monthly to help construct a national cathedral. The target is to raise $100M.

Meanwhile, the Head of the Church Relations with the National Cathedral project, Rev Ameyaw Ebenezer Saka has revealed that an amount of $50M has been generated so far towards the building of the National Cathedral.

National Cathedral: Stop badmouthing the ¢100 donation to avoid God's curse — Deputy Finance Minister