The memo which contains over 15,000 signatures from religious institution forms part of move by religious institution to nib the canker of LBTQ activities in the bud.
Leadership of the Church of Pentecost, The Methodist Church Ghana, The Apostolic Church Ghana, The Christian Council of Ghana, the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches amongst other Clergymen and women,the Catholic Bishops Conference, the Assemblies of God Ghana, The Ashaiman Muslim Community and the Islamic Council of Ghana are the religious institution who have petitioned Parliament with the memos.
This was reveal by the Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Mr Sam George via a Facebook post.
Mr Sam George, who arguably has been a lead advocate in the quest to halt legalization of LGBTQ activities expressed gratitude for the gesture.
He hinted "already over 100 memos from across the world have come in"
"And We have a duty to ourselves to do that which is right, true and lawful. May we discharge ourselves diligently"
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