The National Cathedral has been allocated GH¢31.7 million

Since 2018, the National Cathedral of Ghana’s Board of Trustees has raised GH31.75 million for cathedral building.

GH2.21 million of the total was provided by various church denominations.

At a press conference in Accra yesterday, the board announced the commencement of another major fundraising drive, dubbed “The National Cathedral Week.”

The National Cathedral Week is set to take place from July 4 to July 10, 2022.

In a news conference, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, stated that the commemoration will help bolster efforts to raise the necessary finances for the construction of the national cathedral.

“The results of the fundraising so far do not fulfill the cash flow requirements for the building.” As a result, we have reached a critical juncture at which our fundraising activities must be stepped up.

“Overall, public mobilization is the fundamental thrust of our fundraising during National Cathedral Week. And we hope to raise one million Ghanaian Christians willing to contribute at least GH100 every month to the National Cathedral Project. That is conceivable with a Christian population of nearly 20 million in the country,” he stated.

The week, according to Apostle Prof. Onyinah, a former Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, constituted by far the most ambitious mobilization of trustees to underpin the building of the National Cathedral for the Ghanaian church.

All of the nation’s churches were urged to support the mass mobilization approach by pushing their parishioners to sign up for the 100-cedis club.

According to Apostle Prof. Onyinah, this is the secret to the church’s ownership of this important landmark that also honors the contributions of and presence of Christians in the nation.

The urgency is established, in our opinion, with the completion of the integration of the Biblical Gardens and Museum and the construction’s stall.

He remarked, “As we work to address some of the most important problems being posed, we want to encourage to leaders of the church in the country not to forget this aim of the National Cathedral Project.

Source Koenzanews
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