“Parliament Initiates Comprehensive Investigation into Allegations of Impropriety Surrounding National Cathedral Project”

Ghana’s parliament has initiated an independent inquiry into the National Cathedral Project, following allegations of substantial mismanagement of funds amounting to $400 million. The motion, sponsored by North Tongu MP Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa and some NDC MPs, highlights that $58 million has already been spent on the project, raising concerns about the visible progress not aligning with the expenditure. Mr. Ablakwa urged the House to establish a special or adhoc committee under Order 191 to thoroughly investigate the alleged misappropriation of funds. The project’s cost has been a subject of controversy, increasing from an initial $100 million to $400 million, and evidence of potential irregularities in fundraising documents has been presented. The parliamentary inquiry aims to address the serious concerns raised by the opposition and shed light on the project’s expenditure.

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