The immediate past chairman of the Church of Pentecost has added his voice on the passage of the LGBTQI bill. The legalization of the LGBTQI in the country has been a controversial issue for the past six (6) months. Many Government officials have added their voices to this controversial issue.
His Excellency the president stating his position on the matter noted that there's no way gayism and lesbianism will be legalized under his governance. The leader of Parliament also made it clear to the Australian High Commissioner that he will not sit back quiet and watch men getting married to their colleague men in the country.
Following this, the member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram Constituency together with some MPs filed a motion to pass a bill that will criminalize homosexuality in the country. Parliament has been discussing on the motion for a while now and today, the then chairman of the Church of Pentecost has shown his stance on the bill.
According to Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah, it will be a foolishness to give the right to those involved in LGBTQI to live in the country. He noted that right should not be given to those who are advocating for the recognition of the act in the country.
"Advocacy for the recognition of the rights of LGBTQI+ is ‘gloried foolishness." The man of God shared.
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