Lawyer Akoto Ampaw and his cohorts of professors are seriously opposing the bill with their legal and intellectual minds.
Earlier today, Lawyer Akoto Ampaw has thrown some few punchlines to religious bodies who are seriously supporting the Anti-LGBT bill. According to the prominent lawyer, religious groups in Ghana are failure to the nation. He explained that they are the sole people who can help correct people in the country so that they don't become the "unbecoming" but they have failed to that and they are rather hiding behind the government to do what they failed to do.
Again, he added that what the religious bodies are doing will only promote hate in the country.
After saying this on GTV morning show, a lot of people have expressed their views on the his opinion.
Let's see some of the comments from people who commented;
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