Bible museum, Rev Kusi Boateng

We’re going to build largest Bible museum in the world – Rev. Kusi Boateng

The secretary to the board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat says Ghana’s Bible museum will be the largest in terms of space and content
The secretary to the board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat says Ghana’s Bible museum will be the largest in terms of space and content

“We’re going to build the largest Bible museum in the world,” says Rev. Kusi Boateng, as he reacts to some concerns of the general public on National Cathedral.

Rev. Kusi Boateng, the secretary to the board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat says the Cathedral project will include the building of the largest Bible museum in the world.

“We are building what we call African museum of the Bible …” he said.

Bible museum of the National Cathedral

Speaking with Kwaku Nhyira-Addo on Asaase radio, Rev Kusi Boateng said, “We are going to build the biggest Bible museum in the world in terms of space, content, and technology … If Ghana is able to build this cathedral, it’s going to be very iconic…”

He said the Bible museum will contain the Biblical gardens where every fruit and vegetable in Israel shall be planted in there.

“We are also going to build a wailing wall… we are in partnership with the Jewish community to break a part of the wailing wall in Israel and have a replica of the tomb of Christ within our Biblical garden.”

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Bible museum - Rev Kusi Boateng
National Cathedral

“No donation from LGBTQ+ community”

Meanwhile, Rev. Kusi Boateng has dispelled rumours that the LGBTQ+ community had made some cash contribution to support the building of the National Cathedral project.

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He has thrown a challenge to anyone with evidence of the said donation to bring it forth.

In his words, he said “Since this LGBTQ+ thing came in almost all the members of the board of trustees have come publicly to say we need this bill.

“So it will be conflicting for people to start circulating that the board of trustees has accepted the injection of monies from the LGBTQ+ community.

“So I say with authority that the LGBTQ+ community has never confronted us and has never given us a dollar.

“And if by chance anybody has any kind of evidence that the National Cathedral has received even a dollar from the LGBTQ+ community, I’ll resign the same day.”

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He, therefore, called on all Ghanaians to continue to support the National Cathedral project adding “all that I’m appealing to people is that let us all support.

“You can support by donating through *979#. We want one million Ghanaians to give us just GHC100 and some are giving us more than that.”

“The ownership [of the National Cathedral] is not for the government; ownership is for the Christian body although the government will be using the facility for state funerals, Christian gatherings, and rentals for a lot of things,” Rev Boateng added.

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