Apostle Opoku Onyinah, Chairman of the National Cathedral’s Board of Trustees, has expressed worries about the construction’s critics. He claims that he prays for God’s forgiveness for these people on a regular basis. This is because he believes they don’t know what they’re doing and don’t grasp the citadel well enough to serve God.
“We don’t have to criticize or insult our leaders just because we disagree with them on something. As a result, I always hope that God forgives the National Cathedral’s critics,” he stated.
He said this on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen, claiming that the construction has been politicized by some people, despite the fact that it is not supposed to be that way.
“In discussing the National Cathedral, we must avoid politics. As a people, we are far too partisan,” he said. He expressed confidence that after the building is completed, the skeptics and critics will recognize their errors and even apologize. Meanwhile, he has asked Ghanaians and the Christian community to lend their assistance in whatever way they can to ensure the Cathedral’s success.“One million Christians or Ghanaians can help us build the National Cathedral, and we will keep monthly reports of all our actions, so we should wait and see what happens,” he said.