Since, the LGBT community in Ghana came into the light, they have received a lot of backlash from Ghanaian citizens as well as the leaders which includes, political and religious leaders. Wanlov the Kuborlor has been one of the popular celebrities who publicly shown his support to the group.
Today being the Independence Day celebration, Wanlov took his displeasure in the way the leader closed up their office and stressed on the point that homosexuality is a crime to his Twitter page.
He posted a video with the caption, Untill all Ghanaians are free...no happy anything. In his video, he said that, in Ghana it is not illegal to be LGBT+ because an old British law makes it so which resulted in the raid of their safe space by the police directed by the president. He went on to say that, the raid has made some of their members go into hiding and it has even placed them on the radar even though they are being oppressed by almost everyone and also the statements of the president that, same sex marriage is illegal, they find it invasive and they are pleading with the president to legalize same sex intercourse and protect them as well.
What do you think of the claims of Wanlov and do you also think the president should legalize same sex intercourse or not? Tell us your mind in the comments section below.
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