Chief Executive Officer of Madtime Records, Kwaw Kese has sent out a strong message to the government of Ghana and those championing the building of the national cathedral.
During the first term of Nana Addo’s presidency, he promised to build a national cathedral in fulfillment of a promise he made to God in the build up to the 2016 general elections.
A committee was set to look into the building of the national edifice.
It was estimated that over $100m will be needed to complete the building. The outrageous amount raised eyebrows among Ghanaians.
Many called for the abolishment of the plan and rather use the money in better projects like building of schools and hospitals.
A stone that was supposed to be used as the foundation for the building was imported from Israel; the supposed hometown of God.
In the wake of the finance minister, Ken Ofori Attah’s move to America for medical care, Kwaw Kese has revisited the subject of the cathedral.
He went live on his Instagram page where he dish out some strong worded statements directed at the political leadership of the nation.
He questioned why a nation such as Ghana which is struggling with quality health care centers will sink a whopping $100m into the construction of a church.
Check out the video below.