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Ghanaians should regard essential common liberties of gay people - Ama Abebrese

Entertainer Ama K Abebrese

Observed Ghanaian entertainer, Ama K Abebrese has begged Ghanaians to regard the rights and decisions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Life (LGBTQI+) individuals in the public arena as they are people that similarly need insurance like every other person, GistAfrica.net reports.


Ignatius Annor, in a meeting on Monday, February 22, uncovered that he denied being gay as a result of the dread of losing his reporting vocation.


Conceding that the issue of homosexuality is exceptionally disputable, Annor said, a few group who have seen him through the perspective of being a gay and his resulting refusal may consider his to be as conflicting.


He clarified on PM Express on Joy News that, previously, I had denied the way that I was gay. I did that as a result of the dread of losing my vocation.


At that point, I rehearsed Broadcast Journalism in Ghana for various years and being on TV and being removed carried a ton of agony to my life.


Annor conceded that all through his forswearing, he let down his local area since he didn't dare to take ownership of reality and live it and he, consequently, apologized for it.


In a response to this through her authority Facebook page located by GistAfrica, Ama K Abebrese clarified that albeit the laws of Ghana, just as certain religions, disapprove of the sexual direction decisions of LGBTQI+ people in Ghana, that shouldn't be the premise that people occupied with such exercises ought to be disregarded and denied essential rights.


She stated i can't imagine I know the dread that gay people and lesbians living in Ghana feel the laws of Ghana condemn homosexuality. The traditions, numerous religions, and the way of life dislike it.


I can not pass judgment on them, for upon the arrival of judgment we will ALL be judged. Since I may not completely comprehend what they experience doesn't imply that they don't merit fundamental common liberties. I plan to be more comprehension of their predicament. I feel that more exchange needs to proceed on the matter.


I see numerous remarks online that compare them to attackers and pedophiles. Well hunters are not limited by sexuality.

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