Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has reacted to a call on secretary to the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral to resign.
The call was made late last week by Bishop Ayensu Bomomtwe, a retired bishop of the Methodist church who held that stepping aside will allow investigations into allegations of corruption and conflict of interest levelled against him.
The retired Bishop said Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng should voluntarily withdraw his services from the board in order to restore his reputation.
Ablakwa shared a screenshot of the said pronouncement and wondered if Kusi Boateng will heed the advice or that he would hold on.
“Certainly, the best ecumenical advice from Bishop Ayensu Bosomtwe to the double identity expert, Rev. Kusi Boateng/Kwabena Adu Gyamfi.
“Would he heed wise counsel or he will desperately hang on claiming to be fighting imaginary demons only to be hit with more exposés next week?” Ablakwa captioned his post on social media.
What the retired bishop said:
“Humans are having two components, the spirit and the body. The thing is humans differ from person to person. Because if this situation had to do with someone, maybe the person might have resigned. But for him, he won’t.
“It is not about a single individual who can develop the country. Everyone’s effort counts. So, Rev Kusi Boateng, if he wants his reputation and peace, he should just tell them to carry on with their investigations for him to sit aside.
“What is wrong with it? It has nothing to do with shame, for someone to sit aside and allow investigations to be carried out in allegations confronting the person,” he said on Happy FM