Charles Owusu has issued a stern warning to Ghanaians who use insults to address national issues.
He descended on this type of the citizenry while commenting on the recent kind gesture by the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, towards the National Cathedral.
The board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat has rolled out the “ketewa biara nsua” initiative to raise funds to build the edifice.
Ghanaians are being encouraged to make a GHC 100 donation towards the project.
The National Chief Imam, on Thursday, August 26, made a GHC 50,000 donation to the National Cathedral project when the board of trustees paid a courtesy call on him at his office.
But the Chief Imam has come under criticisms following his donation.
Speaking on 'Kokrokoo' programme, Charles Owusu noted that some of the criticims are insulting and therefore wondered why some people cannot make their arguments devoid of insults.
He lambasted the public generally for raining invectives on the leaders of the nation including the National Chief Imam who he reminded Ghanaians about his able leadership and long life.
"Let's be careful for the Bible says everything is permissible for me but not everything is beneficial," he warned.