A human rights activist and ally to the LGBT group in Ghana Rita Deladem Tesu has confirmed that hundreds of Angry White men have stormed the Ghanaian Embassy in the USA Washington DC to stage a Hot Demonstration against the detention of 21 LGBT members in the Volta Region of Ghana.
She added that it will not end there. They also have Plans to arrive in Ghana soon to replicate their protest in Accra if they don't get any results. According to Rita Deladem Tesu, the white men Explained that, the detention of 21 LGBT members in Ho is Undemocratic, unconstitutional and a total dent in the Human rights code of ethics.
Rita bemoaned why the LGBT Members have been held in Cells without bail. The White protestors are demanding for justice. They want their counterparts in Ghanato be given bail.
They called on world leaders to speak against the human rights abuse of their members in Ghana, West Africa.
Rita posted some pictures of the White protestors that have arrived in Washington DC to protest against the Ghanaian Embassy to do the right thing.
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