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Hundreds Of Ghanaian LGBT Members Boldly Storms UK High Commission With Kete And Adowa To Fight

It appears that the Ghanaian LGBT community isn't stopping their fight to kill Ghana's anti LGBT bill initiated by Honorable Sam George. Yesterday, they took their fight to a different level after they boldly stormed the Ghana's High Commission in United Kingdom with Adowa and Kete dance ensembles.

Perhaps they wanted the authorities to know that Indeed they are from Ghana. As they played the Kete and Adowa drums, they kept Shouting "Ghanian LGBT lives matter" "Kill the Bill now because we come in Peace".

Presenting their mission, one of their lead advocates Mr. Alexander Adu Gyamfi who is also married to his fellow man in the UK grabbed the microphone.

According to him, they are pleading with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo not to support the bill.

" When you came to the United Kingdom, you were very comfortable with the system. No hate or whatsoever. That is what we want Ghana to be" Mr. Alexander Adu Gyamfi said.

The crowd stood on the streets for several hours as they waved placards and danced to the Adowa and Kete tunes. Watch them in the link below.

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Adowa Alexander Adu Gyamfi Ghanaian Kete Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo


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