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6 Members Parliament ready to pay for a law to criminalize homosexuality in Ghana

Six Members of Parliament of the Republic of Ghana have served notice to support a bi-hardliner Private Members Bill to banish and condemn the backing and practice of homosexuality. They accept the Bill would try to additionally fortify Ghana's lawful law and existing enactment on unnatural sex to mirror the present status of issues. 

Those involve are Mr. Andy Appiah Kubi, MP for Asante Akim North, Mr. Emmanuel Bedzrah, MP for Ho West, and Reverend John Ntim Fordjour, MP for Assin South. 

The rest are Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu, Mr. Kweku Asante Boateng, MP for Asante Akim South, Mrs. Helen Adwoa Ntoso, MP for Krachi West and Ms. Francisca Oteng, MP for Kwabre East. 

In a connected improvement

Ghanaian hip-life and Hip-hop artiste Jason Gaisie referred to in the showbiz business as Pappy Kojo, has opened up on his sexual direction. In a meeting with Giovanni on TV3, the performer, when inquired as to whether he was dating "a specific Nelson", answered in stun that he was gay. Pappy Kojo's reaction started chuckling among the crowd. The host, Giovanni, appeared to be stunned as he tested the Ghanaian hip life and hip hop artiste about his inclinations.

Accordingly, Pappy Kojo reacted that folks like entertainer John Dumelo are his inclination. "Indeed, I'm a gay man. For what reason do you disdain gay men?," he asked Giovani. Effectively, web-based media is reacting to Pappy Kojo's disclosure. This comes in the midst of a warmed public discussion over the authorization of same-sex connections in the country. 

Opening of LGBTQ office in Accra

Ghana's criminal code specifies that Carnal Knowledge is criminal with as long as 5 years detainment, numerous basic liberty bunches including Amnesty International say the "Provincial laws against homosexuality" should be revoked. Everything occurred with the Australian Ambassador to Ghana, the European Union in Ghana and different negotiators authoritatively opened the workplace of LGBTQIs in Accra. This activity has created a commotion from strict gatherings and against gay crusaders who are forcing president Akufo-Addo to pronounce the country's position on the matter unequivocally. Then, the Minister-assign for Children and Social Protection, Adwoa Sarfo, says "homosexuality is non-debatable" in Ghana. Proceeding at the Parliament Appointment Committee, the pastor assign clarified that her position on the touchy issue will be guided by Ghana's criminal code which punishes Carnal Knowledge.

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Andy Appiah Kubi Asante Akim North Emmanuel Bedzrah Helen Adwoa Ntoso John Ntim Fordjour


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