Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, a former HIV/AIDS ambassador has been captured in a video holding a yellow bowl in a train begging foreigners for cash contributions to build a church for Ghana.
President Akufo-Addo is pushing for the construction of a National Cathedral, which has generated heat in the country, after it came to light that the country has only 55 ambulances and a number of abandoned uncompleted health facilities.
In the viral video, Joyce Dzidor could be heard sarcastically highlighting Ghana’s challenges and concluding that the building of the National Cathedral will solve all of Ghana’s problems.
“I am from Ghana and we are building a church for Jesus Christ to come and live in Ghana because we have too much problems,” she said.
“We do not have enough schools for the children, we do not have enough drinking water, we do not have enough ambulances so when people fall sick, they die.
“So we are raising hundred million dollars in Ghana to build a church for Jesus to come and solve our problem,” she continued.
Watch the full video below.