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Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, North Tongu Member of Parliament has made further discoveries about Ghana’s National Cathedral project in the United States which he says are troubling.

According to him, the Articles of Incorporation he secured from the United States confirms Ghana’s National Cathedral has been registered as a nonprofit corporation known as the “National Cathedral of Ghana and Bible Museum Foundation, Inc.”

These documents he said were acquired from the District of Columbia’s Government Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (corporation’s division).

“This National Cathedral of Ghana and Bible Museum Foundation, Inc. received its Certificate of Incorporation with its effective date being May 3, 2021 and signed by Josef G. Gasimov, Superintendent of Corporations, Corporations Division. (See certificate attached).

“It is worthy of note that the name National Cathedral of Ghana and Museum Foundation, Inc. is unmistakably different from what was incorporated in Ghana some two years prior, specifically on the 18th of July, 2019 as the National Cathedral of Ghana.

“Curiously, we have also discovered that none of the prominent Ministers of the Gospel who serve as Trustees of the National Cathedral of Ghana feature in the articles of incorporation and list of governors as submitted to US authorities,” he said in a statement…

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