- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the founder and presiding archbishop of Action Chapel International, has released a new statement about the national cathedral
- According to him a national structure such as the cathedral would edify and glorify God.
- Some social media users, however, did not agree with the man of God's comments
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The founder and presiding archbishop of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has released his latest statement about the infamous national cathedral.
According to him, there is nothing wrong with building a cathedral in Ghana.
The reason, he explained, was because a national structure such as the cathedral would edify and glorify God.
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Some social media users have however reacted to his statement:
@EDzidonu wondered if the cathedral will bring us closer to God?
@Redanculus was not surprised as he doubted Duncan-Williams would see anything wrong with it.
@Ofo39419227 added that everything is wrong with the project.
@IqonOne added that Duncan-Williams already has a church.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that the Mivheal Teye Tetteh, who emerged as valedictorian at the just ended 52nd congregation of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) once sold banku and soup to make ends meet.
Tetteh, also known as TT by his colleagues, shared his inspiring story online and added the significant role his brother, Benjamin Kwame Tetteh, played in his life.
Tetteh did not only sell banku and soup, but also tried his hands on roasting maize and plantain amongst others.
His family is not the well-to-do type that is capable of providing all the needs of the children, but Tetteh states that he had a burning desire to achieve success.
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