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GH 340 Million Was Used On National Cathedral: Finance Ministry



The Ministry of Finance has stated that Ghs340 million has already been spent on the National Cathedral project.

In answer to the Adhoc Committee looking into Ken Ofori-Atta, the Ministry stated that a total of Ghs339,003,064.86 had been released for the National Cathedral’s construction thus far.

The Ministry additionally stated in an official document provided to the Adhoc Committee that Sir David Adjaye and Associates of the UK, a consulting business, had received payments totaling Ghs113,040,654.86 to date.

The Ministry claims that the government contributed Ghs25 million to the project in March 2022, which caused controversy.

The National Cathedral is now being built thanks to Ghs2.21 million from various faith denominations.

The Church of Pentecost, which has provided a total of GH 700,000 to the project through the Church of Pentecost Headquarters (200,000) and The Church of Pentecost (General Headquarters), is the largest donor with a contribution of GH 500,000.

The Southern Ghana Union of SDA, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, and Action Chapel International, each of which has contributed GH200,000, are additional significant supporters.

Additionally contributing GH $100,000 each was the Methodist Church of Ghana, Triumphant Baptist Church-Kwadaso, Christ Apostolic Church International, the Breaking Yoke Ministry Church, and the Christian Action Faith Ministry.

As part of Ghana’s 60th-anniversary festivities, the interdenominational Christian cathedral known as the National Cathedral of Ghana is expected to be constructed in Accra, the country’s capital.

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