Former HIV-AIDS Ambassador Joyce Mensah Dzidzor has gone begging on a train in Germany in a bid to raise funds for the construction of Ghana’s National Cathedral.
A video making the rounds on social media suggests that Ms Dzidzor Mensah, while onboard a train sought to solicit for funds from the passengers.
Speaking sarcastically to those aboard the train, Joyce Dzidzor explained that the country was in dire need of funds to put up a church building in order for God to come and live in, in order to help solve the country’s numerous problems.
“We are building a church for Jesus Christ to come and live in Ghana because we have too much problems. We do not have enough schools for the children, we do not have enough drinking water, we do not have ambulances so when people fall sick they die”, she explained.
She further mocked President Akufo-Addo, saying the President believes erecting a Cathedral will solve all of Ghana’s problems.
She asked the Germans on board the train to donate between €50 and €100 to support Ghana’s cause.
Watch the video below :
The fundraising for the much talked about cathedral was officially launched in 2018 at the forecourt of the State House.