Kweku Annan of Net2 drew the attention of Ghanaian parents and authorities to some activities that are ongoing in our various schools, on his seat show. Before he dropped that hint, he shared a video of how a white man received his transgender son(the son through surgery had transformed from a male to a female) on a live show. From the video, the man or father was very disheartened as he never expected his son to go behind him and do that. After sharing that video, Kweku Annan disclosed that, very soon, that scenario will be a normal occurrence in Ghana provided the government does not intervene. He revealed that some Non-Governmental Organizations are moving from school to school, teaching the children about homosexuality.
"There are some NGOs in town who are being sponsored by international partners. They are going from school to school to introduce our children to this LGBTQ+"
He disclosed that the Ministry of education had picked intelligence of this act and they are doing some investigation. He, therefore, urged parents to advise their children.
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