Cathedral scandal: Lawrence Tetteh, Korankye Ankrah, others offer special prayers for Ablakwa

Leadership of Ghana’s Apostolic Movement hosted Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa on Monday, March 6, during which meeting the lawmaker offered “a comprehensive briefing on matters relating to the National Cathedral Scandal.”

According to a social media post after the meeting, Ablakwa said: “the deliberations were extensive, transparent and frank in the best interest of our dear nation and our Lord’s Kingdom.”

Among the clergymen in photos sighted by GhanaWeb were Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah of Royal House Chapel International and Reverend Lawrence Tetteh of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach.

The group of clergymen, numbering six, were captured in photos in deep discussion with Ablakwa before they later offered special prayers for the MP seeking “for the Lord’s fortification in the pursuit of what they described as my exemplary parliamentary oversight,” the post added.

Ablakwa has over the past few months waged a dogged campaign aimed at pointing out issues of corruption and corporate governance breaches in the construction of the Cathedral project.

He has taken the crusade to social media mostly and also gotten a Parliamentary motion for a probe into the project along with other Members of the Minority Caucus.

Read Ablakwa’s full post below:

Earlier today I honoured an invitation from the leadership of Ghana’s Apostolic Movement to offer a comprehensive briefing on matters relating to the “National” Cathedral Scandal.

The deliberations were extensive, transparent and frank in the best interest of our dear nation and our Lord’s Kingdom.

I also received special prayers asking for the Lord’s fortification in the pursuit of what they described as my exemplary parliamentary oversight.

I am profoundly grateful to these revered ministers of the gospel.
Always, for God and Country

SARA

Source: ghanaweb.com

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