Ghana Will Build One Of The Iconic National Cathedral In The World – Rev Victor Kusi Boateng Tells Ghanaians (Watch)
Founder and General Overseer of Power Chapel Worldwide, Rev Victor Kusi Boateng has revealed that Ghana will build one of the iconic cathedrals in the world.
According to the renowned prophet, the national cathedral will have a ‘Biblical garden and Biblical restaurant’ when completed.
He stated that it will be the first of it kind the world has ever seen.
Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng was speaking with Kumasi based Pure FM when he made this revelations.
He added that the fruits and vegetables like the Olive trees which are recorded in the Bible will be available at the Biblical Garden for all those who have not seen it before to have a look of it.
As if it was enough, he also announced these fruits and vegetables will also be available when they open the Biblical restaurant – according to him, visitors will have the chance to taste some of these fruits and vegetables including the bread Jesus ate.
Rev Victor Kusi Boateng further explained that the national cathedral would bring so much traffic if we manage it well after completion.
Rev Victor Kusi Boateng also disclosed that when they unveiled all these plans to President Nana Akufo-Addo – he was astonished and he said he only wanted cathedral build to honor God for protecting and delivering Ghanaians from so many things other neighboring countries experience.
Rev Victor Kusi Boateng added President Akufo-Addo lauded them for turning his vision to build a cathedral for God into something else.
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Finance Minister Appeals For 100gh A Month From Ghanaians To Build Cathedral
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has revealed that an initiative dubbed “100-cedis-a-month club” will be launched on August 12, to enable Ghanaians contribute to the construction of the National Cathedral.
According to him, the initiative, dubbed, “Ketewa biara nsua”, will provide members of the general public an opportunity to share the cost and be part of a historical event, i.e, the construction of a national cathedral.
“An initiative – the 100-Cedis-a-Month Club, also dubbed “Ketewa biara nsua” – would be launched by the Trustees of the National Cathedral on 12th August 2021, to give as many Ghanaians as possible the opportunity to be part of the history to build the National Cathedral,” he said.
Presenting the 2021 Mid-Year review Budget Statement and Economic Policy on Thursday, July 29, Mr Ofori-Atta, therefore, urged all, including Members of Parliament, to be part of the one million Ghanaians projected to support the government with GH₵100 a month.
“The aim of the Club is to mobilise one million Ghanaians who will give 100 Cedis a month towards the construction of the National Cathedral.
“We look forward to Mr Speaker and members of this august House joining the 100-Cedis-a-Month Club, and thus adding their names to the historic coalition that would build the National Cathedral to the glory of God, and the edification of our nation and its people,” he entreated.
National Cathedral: Ghanaians Reacts To Finance Minister’s ‘100gh A Month’ Club
Some social media users expressed displeasure over government’s call on Ghanaians to support the construction of a National Cathedral, to be commissioned on March 6, 2024, with GH₵100 a month.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, while presenting the 2021 Mid-Year review Budget Statement and Economic Policy on Thursday urged all, including Members of Parliament, to be part of the one million Ghanaians projected to support the initiative dubbed, “Ketewa biara nsua” with GH₵100 a month.
He noted Ghanaians could support the noble cause by dialing the short code *979#.
But this call, according to some Ghanaians, is misplaced. They say the government should rather look at raising revenue to improve the health and education sectors as well as provide Ghanaians with good roads and other social amenities rather than building a national cathedral.
For them, the aforementioned issues are matters that government should rally financial support for.
The finance minister says we should all contribute 100 cedis every month towards the construction of the national cathedral oo
Errrrr Mr Minister 🤔
— Greenwood’s Nanny (@thenanaaba) July 29, 2021
Finance Minister in Nima: everyone here is paying 100 cedis for the national Cathedral
Nima boys: pic.twitter.com/iVRY3AyodB
— drip.gad Sancho🗨🇬🇭🇺🇸 (@Derekvybez) July 29, 2021
Make I donate 100gh to build national Cathedral?
Me koraa mew) b3bi da?
— Dr. Sneaker Nyame 🥼👟(Best Shoe Plug) (@SneakerNyame_) July 29, 2021
Finance minister: Ghanaians should contribute GHS 100 each for the national cathedral
— Ayigbe biscuit 🥰💃💞 (@YayraAnnette) July 29, 2021
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Mahama’s Promise To Cancel E-levy Is A Political Talk – NPP
The ruling government New Patriotic Party (NPP) has said John Mahama’s promise to Ghanaian to scrap the E-levy if NDC win power in 2024 is a just a political talk.
According to NPP, the e-levy which started on Sunday, May 1 cannot be abolished by the NDC party.
“Just like the one-time premium and the repeal of talk tax that John Mahama and his NDC promised, but failed to implement when they were in power, this promise is just a political talk.”
“In any event, can John Mahama explain the difference between his 17.5% tax on financial transactions and his manifesto pledge to impose a uniform tax on all electronic transactions? Are these measures E-Levy in disguise and does he stand by them?” Communications Director of the NPP Yaw Buaben Asamoa wondered at a press conference in Accra Wednesday.
He stressed: “If we reflect deeply, we will accept, as the records show, that significant change to our political institutions and conduct, economic structure and management and positive social impact, has mostly happened under the NPP’s watch.
“Many very significant national reverses occurred under the six years of John Mahama’s Presidency. He has since been rejected twice in elections. It’s possible his recent address is motivated by self-preservation towards his continued leadership of the NDC into 2024, given that both insiders and external observers are writing him off”.
He added: “Under John Mahamas’ leadership, Ghana will slip backwards into chaotic incompetence. Just like his autobiography tells all, he cannot take decisions. As he says in his book, he will ride this country like a bicycle, out of control and dangerously downhill, merely hopeful of survival.
“The 2024 presidential election is expected to be about two choices: whether we choose to build on the significant gains so far made under President Akufo-Addo with a new presidential candidate from the NPP who comes with his or her own fresh ideas as well or to choose the candidate the NDC are threatening to bring back, John Dramani Mahama.”
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Supreme Court Dismisses Minority Injunction Application Against E-levy
The Supreme Court has thrown out the injunction application filed against the e-levy.
The apex court also directed the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to keep all records of deductions following the implementation of the electronic transaction levy.
In a unanimous ruling, Presiding Judge Nene Amegatcher reading the judgment noted that the nature of the relief sought by the minority is null and void.
Three Members of Parliament; Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu; Mahama Ayariga(Bawku Central) and Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa(North Tongu) are seeking the Supreme Court to restrain the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) from implementing the E-Levy until the final determination of an earlier substantive suit challenging the constitutionality of the bill by Parliament.
Lead counsel for minority, Godwin Edudzi Tamaklo argued that greater parties will suffer, adding he 5u4 e-levy did not seek the interest of the public.
Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame opposed the injunction by the three minority members.
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We’ll Account For E-levy – Akufo-Addo Pledges
President Akufo-Addo has reiterated the commitment of government to ensure transparency and judicious use of revenue mobilized through the implementation of the e-levy Act to engender confidence among tax payers.
According to the President “government agenda to introduce the electronic levy bill, is now electronic transfer levy Act 2022 “Act 1075″ is a strategic decision to boost our revenue mobilization drive in order to grow our economy by ourselves to improve social, economic and infrastructural development in the republic of Ghana. The controversies which emanated from the inception of the electronic levy bill was a healthy one for our democracy as a nation”.
President Akufo-Addo therefore assured that “the government is committed to ensure the Judicious administration and implementation and the same time reporting of all revenues collected under the newly introduced electronic levy Act to impose a confidence in the government”.
This was contained in a speech read on behalf of the President by the Eastern Regional Minister Seth Kwame Acheampong during the 60th anniversary celebration of Rev. Friederich Monninger Memorial Presbyterian Church in Akosombo under the theme “Jesus Christ the light of the world” ,
He assured the congregants that, “government remains resolute and alive to to serve all well-meaning Ghanaians despite the global economic challenges. we are focused to sustain and grow the economy to make it an enviable one hence the need to continue to invest in the future the benefit for the generations unborn”
President Akufo-Addo said the Free Senior High , Vocational and Technical Education policy are the special purpose vehicles to churn out the needed human capital for accelerated development.
“I am very optimistic the legacy to ensure every school going child of this country attains a minimum of secondary education has overly been achieved the data is available to show. The free senior high school and the free technical vocational and education training are the best vehicles we have devised to take us to the realization of our goal of an educated and skilled work force” he explained.
He added that “considering our current dispensation of technological advancement , every school going child will continue to be given the requisite education to be equip to run a modern and digitalize economy , and also the pursue to achieve Ghana beyond aid is very promising especially when government is poised to become self reliant to win itself from over reliance of foreign taste”.