Suffering awaits you if you use LGBT cash for National Cathedral- Captain Smart tackles Akufo-Addo
Media Personality Captain Smart is warning President Akufo-Addo to be aware of the consequences that await him if he defy all odds to ‘use LGBT money to build National Cathedral’ he has promised his God.
The controversial media practitioner has cautioned the President to completely research the wellsprings of gifts utilized in the structure of the National Cathedral.
As indicated by Captain Smart the LGBT group have cash and will attempt to give to finance the structure of the National Cathedral, a vow he made he made to God.
He additionally asked the President to ensure they don’t acknowledge gifts from LGBT individuals to support the structure of the National Cathedral
“I need to engage the President not to acknowledge any financing from the LGBTQI group for the National Cathedral. It’s better we don’t established it at all than to utilize LGBTQ cash. Any individual who attempts to utilize LGBTQ+ cash for the National Cathedral will endure suffering “, Captain Smart said.
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has asked Ghanaians donate a monthly hundred Cedis to support the building of the National Cathedral at will.
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