‘God isn’t homeless, invest in hospitals not cathedrals’- KSM tackles Akufo-Addo
Media Personality Kwaku Sintim-Misa known as KSM has subtly taken a swipe at President Akuffo-Addo over the latest suggestion that Ghanaians should contribute 100 cedis towards the building of the National Cathedral.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta during the Mid-Year-Budget-Review, appealed to Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin and Ghanaians to support the building of the National Cathedral with 100 cedis.
This has received a backlash, mixed reactions and generated debate on social media with some saying it’s a misplaced priority, with others pushing hard for it.
KSM in a tweet this afternoon, says even Jesus has said his father has so many houses, so we don’t have to bother ourselves to build more for him, but rather channel that energy towards improving health facilities in the country.
“Jesus said; “In my father’s house, there are many MANSIONS”. God is not HOMELESS. Invest in improving the Health sector, not CATHEDRALS ????
KSM just reiterated what people like A Plus has said concerning Cathedral.
A-Plus took pictures of deteriorating Korle-Bu Hospital, and questions why Ghanaian government will not focus on fixing it, but rather so fixated on building a Cathedral.
Source : africaneditors.com/Raymond Karvi
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