The Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has announced that after reclaiming the money allegedly paid to Rev. Kusi Boateng’s company, JNS Talent Centre, their next target is the owner and CEO of the Nehemiah Group in the person of Cary Summer. Cary summer is noted for the development of religious projets.
Speaking in an interview on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana which was monitored by 1Family Radio on January 20,2023, the lawmaker alleged that an amount of 28.2 million cedis has been transferred to the Nehemiah Group, a US-based company. According to him, the organization received this money though they didn’t work for it.
He further stated that every transaction made from the National Cathedral Project is documented. However, the 2.6 million cedis paid to the JNS Talent Centre and the 28.2 million cedis transferred to the Nehemiah Group were not documented. He admonished Cary Summer that they are coming after him and he must refund the 28.2 million cedis.
Following a post he made on his twitter handle, Ablakwa announced that the government and the secretariat of the National Cathedral gave this huge amount of money to Cary Summer who has managed to raise 800,00 cedis within the space of three years. Ablakwa promised to go after Cary Summer and ensure that he refunds money.
Contrary to Ablakwa’s allegation, the Cathedral in a press release stated that, the contract is not under Cary Summer’s name rather the Nehemiah Group which Cary happens to be the founder and CEO.
Also noted that the payment made to the organization was for various activities. These include the coordination of work on the National Cathedral’s Bible Museum of Africa and aslo the Biblical Gardens of Africa. The Cathedral stated that the essence of these activities is to mold Ghana into a center for travel and tour, internationally.
The Cathedral also stated that the payment was not to Cary Summer but to his firm and other global firms like the Cortina Productions and Kubik Maltbie for their work on the Bible Museum and the Biblical Gardens.
Source: 1Family Radio