On Monday, March 6, the Leadership of Ghana’s Apostolic Movement hosted Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, a Member of Parliament for North Tongu. During the meeting, Ablakwa provided “a comprehensive briefing on matters relating to the “National” Cathedral Scandal.” Ablakwa said, in a post on social media following the meeting, ” In the best interest of our dear nation and our Lord’s Kingdom, the deliberations were extensive, open, and honest.
Reverend Lawrence Tetteh of Worldwide Miracle Outreach and Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah of Royal House Chapel International were among the clergymen depicted in photographs spotted by GhanaWeb.
The gathering of ministers numbering six were caught in photographs somewhere down in conversation with Ablakwa before they later offered extraordinary supplications for the MP chasing “for the Master’s stronghold chasing after what they portrayed as my praiseworthy parliamentary oversight,” the post added. Over the past few months, Ablakwa has pursued a determined campaign to highlight corruption and corporate governance violations in the Cathedral project’s construction.
Together with other Minority Caucus Members, he has also obtained a motion in Parliament calling for an investigation into the project.
Check out Ablakwa’s entire post below:
I accepted an invitation from the Apostolic Movement’s leadership earlier today to provide a comprehensive update on the “National” Cathedral Scandal. The extensive, open, and honest discussions served both our dear nation and the Kingdom of our Lord.
In addition, I received specialized prayers requesting the Lord’s strength for my pursuit of what they described as my exemplary oversight of the parliamentary process.
I am deeply indebted to these revered gospel ministers.
For God and Country always