The paramount chief of Wa traditional area, Wa Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV has officially ban all activities related to LGBTQ in the Waala Traditional area with immediate effect after many suspected reports and subsequent lynching of one gentleman allegedly to be engaging in the homosexuality.
In a press conference organised by the chief to address rising concerns of the LGBTQI activities in the Waala traditional area, the chief said it is of a great interest of the people of Waala land and their tradition to ban any activity that relate to LGBTQI.
The incidence of LGBTQI and their activities have been on the rise in the Wa municipality. So many people have reported the activities of the homosexuals to the traditional council and other authorities but it seem the continue to persist. Recently a young man was lynched in the Wa Municipal for allegedly engaging in the LGBTQI activities. This and many other reason pushed the chief to come out to openly ban all activities related to LGBTQI+
According to the chief, from today on ward, anyone who is found culpable of engaging in LGBTQI activities or its promotion will face the law severely.
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