Video: I Will Be Inaugurated As President On 7th January 2025 In The National Cathedral – Kofi Akpaloo Endorses Project


The Founder and Leader of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), Percival Kofi Akpaloo, has conveyed his support for the construction of the National Cathedral by the Akufo-Addo New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration amidst criticisms by opposition parties and stakeholders.

According to the presidential candidate for the LPG in Ghana’s 2020 elections, even thou the National Cathedral will not bring God down to Ghana, the project would serve as a means of employment for a lot of people.

”Even thou the cathedral will not bring God to Ghana, I support the project 115% because it will provide jobs for people….. Carpenters, masons, drivers and more will be employed”, Kofi Akpalo stated.

Speaking to Agya Wusu on the Hot Morning Drive aired on Hot 93.9 FM, the Flagbearer of the LGP again stated that he couldn’t wait to be sworn to power on January 7, 2025, at the National Cathedral as the President of Ghana.

The Ghanaian politician asserted that the Cathedral would serve as a multi-purpose for national events such as state burials, and more.

In relation to this, he stated that the swearing-in of the incumbent president performed in the parliament house rendered the ceremony poor as natural effects such as rains sometimes prevented the programs from being successful.

Responding to issues on finances and priority surrounding the project, the leader of LPG religiously commented that even Jesus Christ loved expensive things like fragrances and that was why he refused to take Judas’ advice when Mary Magdalene applied perfume on his feet.

Akpaloo founded the Independent People’s Party (IPP) in 2011. He was the party’s leader when it contested the 2012 Ghanaian general election but won no seats. He was disqualified from contesting the 2016 Ghanaian general election as the party’s presidential candidate by the Electoral Commission of Ghana, a decision he unsuccessfully contested in court.

But in 2017, Akpaloo dissolved the IPP and formed the Liberal Party of Ghana in March 2017. He was selected by the party to stand as its presidential candidate in the 2020 Ghanaian general election on 7 December 2020. 

Meanwhile, Kofi Akpaloo has advised Ghanaians to detest the continuous voting of the National Democratic Congress and NPP government into power since they will never help Ghana to develop. 

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