Work on the National Cathedral has practically come to a halt months after the project site was cleared for construction to begin.
The site for the edifice, which is a 14.5-acre land next to the Parliament House of Ghana, was busy with activity in January as buildings on the plot were brought down and some trees cut down to make way for its construction.
As part of initial works, a fence wall bearing a beautiful artist’s impression of the cathedral was erected around the land’s perimeter.
A foundation stone signifying the commencement of construction work was laid on March 5 this year.
In October last year, the Secretary to the Board of Trustees for the National Cathedral, Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng, gave the scheduled date for work to commence on the project as of March 6 this year.
Please send us your articles for publication via firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest News In Ghana – Click Here to Read Our Latest News Stories