The National Cathedral will be constructed at all cost – Akufo Addo

The National Cathedral is President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-top Addo’s priority, which he has reiterated.

The national cathedral project, he stated, was a priority for his administration, and he emphasized that it would be erected no matter what for God’s honor and glory.

The President made the remarks on Sunday at Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong’s service of thanksgiving at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Graceland Teshie Nungua in Accra. He was there with Dr. Agyepong’s family and friends.

The President expressed his sympathy to Dr. Agyepong and his family for their loss at this trying time and urged him to find comfort in the knowledge that his late father gave birth to him so he might make a positive impact on people’s lives.

In actuality, Ghanaians are unfamiliar with the name Dr. Agyepong. Zoomlion is currently his [Dr. Agyepong’s] household name, all because of his business prowess and his enthusiasm for changing people’s lives in the nation,” he commended Dr. Siaw Agyepong.

The JGC, Dr. Siaw Agyepong, and any other private individual who was willing to support Ghana’s development initiatives would continue to receive support from the government, according to President Akufo-Addo.

He reaffirmed, “My administration will continue to foster an atmosphere that encourages private firms to prosper so they can aid the government in pursuing its development agenda.

The President asserted that Dr. Siaw Agyepong has much to offer the nation and that his government will continue to assist him.

Even though Ghanaians are feeling the effects of the economic troubles, I am confident that things will improve and that “these challenges too shall pass.”

He pleaded for Ghanaians to uphold unity at all times in order to promote peace and progress.

Early on, during his sermon at the thanksgiving service, Reverend Vincent Anane Denteh, Director of Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) and member of the Church of Pentecost’s Executive Council, urged Christians and Ghanaians in general to bear one another’s sorrows.

He declared, “Carrying someone else’s burden is not simple because it is laden with difficulties, but doing so fulfills the law of Christ.

The man of God defined burden as a “worrying obligation” when preaching on the topic of “Raising Burden Bearers in Our Generation.”

He emphasized that if there were burden bearers, the country, churches, and families could advance.

The man of God held that each person was created with two purposes: first, to worship God, and second, to serve humanity.

God made us to serve both him and humanity. Although combining these two is really difficult, we must since it will be a magnificent event, he continued.

Rev. Anane Denteh made the observation that there was a need for someone to carry the load of the people during difficult times.

Therefore, he exhorted Christians to constantly base their gladness on the might of the Lord rather than on what others may think.

Dr. Siaw Agyepong used the opportunity to praise God for His mercies and favor on the Agyepong family on behalf of himself and his family.

He also expressed his gratitude to everyone who had supported them throughout this little time of mourning, especially President Akufo-Addo, whom he called a “very good” President.

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