Samuel Okuidzeto Ablakwa, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, said that two clerics who just resigned from the National Cathedral’s Board of Trustees provided free services.
The two are Eastwood Anaba, the president of Eastwood Anaba Ministries, and Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the presiding bishop and general overseer of Action Chapel International (ACI) Ministry.
Ablakwa stressed that both pastors joined the board with good intentions and no hidden agendas during an interview on Starr FM that 1Family Radio monitored.
He disclosed that he had direct conversations with the two pastors who had resigned from the board, getting their opinions on the contentious National Cathedral project.
He claims that during their talk, Rev. Eastwood Anaba confessed that they ought to have paid attention to his prior cautions over the project.
“Yes, I have spoken to all of them. Rev. Eastwood Anaba is my pastor, so we always talk, and I can’t lie about this. He said, ‘Young man, we should have listened to you earlier. You saw the things that we saw later,’’ he disclosed.
He continued, “And to be fair to them, to be honest to them, they went into this with a very pure heart. I know and I can confirm to you today that these two Rev. Eastwood Anaba and Archbishop Duncan-Williams never took an allowance.’’
“So sometimes when I see people say that they should also refund the money and that they are not being fair to them, I have the records,’’ he added.