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The secretary to the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral of Ghana, whom he has accused of using the alias Kwabena Adu Gyamfi for criminal purposes, has reportedly provided more documents, according to the Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu.
The National Identification Card (GhanaCard), several driver's licenses, and other extra documents belonging to Kusi Boateng, according to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, have now been acquired by him.
Ablakwa responded, "I have secured it (the Ghana Card) also," when asked by host Randy Abbey about Rev. Kusi Boateng's GhanaCard during an interview on Metro TV's Good Morning Ghana on Friday. I'm keeping that a secret from you. As you recall, I informed you of the structure.
"I have the National ID (GhanaCard) and I have other driving licenses too, but I am keeping those close to my chest. You see this matter we are not even midway yet. It is a relay race, it is going to be very interesting," he said
Ablakwa added that the National Cathedral Secretariat's explanation that the $2.6 million given to Rev. Kusi Boateng was a loan repayment was an afterthought.
He said that the Cathedral had around $6 million in its bank accounts at the time the loan was obtained, and that the Board of Trustees never explored securing a loan facility.