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Ghana's plans for a national cathedral are mired in controversy and delays − but also reflect religion's strong role in the nation's identity

By Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Associate Professor of Religion & Society, Boston University
With modern borders drawn up by colonial powers, some African governments have turned to religion to try to forge national unity since independence.The Conversation

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