A Ghanaian Senior associate lawyer, Mr. Martin Kpebu has brought out his opinion concerning the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community that has become everyday trending news in the nation. He has boldly told Ghanaians that, LGBTQIA didn't start today so we must allow them on their freedom and accept the as our owns.
Speaking on Tv3 show called "The Key Point", the senior lawyer said that the way things are going about the people who are LGBTQIA is very disturbing and of things do not goes the way it is, no freedom will be given out for any person in that act and Rights must speak for them. The Hypocrisy in the country is too much because the way some people are behaving it seems the LGBTQIA have never been there.
See we know people who are always happy in this act and they are never complaining to anyone. Let them have their freedom of speech and movement so that they will also be free as Ghanaians. We need to talk on the LGBTQIA ones and for all for peace prevails. Lawyer Martin Kpebu concluded.
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