A statutory audit of all transactions carried out to this point on the National Cathedral challenge is ready to start quickly.
Deloitte, which is alleged to have accepted to be auditors for the National Cathedral of Ghana when it was registered, is being engaged to undertake this train.
The determination to have this statutory audit accomplished was taken at a gathering of the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral on Monday, January 23.
This determination comes after two members of the Board – Archbishop Nicolas Duncan-Williams and Rev Eastwood Anaba – referred to as for an instantaneous suspension of the challenge and subsequent audit of contracts awarded to this point.
In a press launch issued on Tuesday, January 24, the Secretariat disclosed that each one related documentation on the challenge was submitted to Parliament final month.
“Thus, if Parliament so desires, it may set up a commission or appoint an independent auditor to review all issues concerning the award of contract, procurement, construction works, and financial operations of the National Cathedral project so far.”
It admitted the present monetary difficulties, stressing that the challenge has come to a standstill.