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"Sam George, Channel The Same Anger In Fighting LGBTQ Into Fighting Corruption" - Aggrieved Nana Ama

An aggrieved Ghanaian with username Nana Ama have said her mind on her Twitter page after witnessing how the debate about passing the anti-LGBTQI+ bill has escalated among Ghanaians. With everyone talking about it and most Ghanaians supporting the bill which is being led by Sam Dzata George.

Nana Ama's worry is about how Ghanaians have taken upon themselves to fight against people who approve on LGBTQ but have relaxed in the fight to reduce or possibly stop corruption. She has measured the anger by Sam George and Ghanaians at large, on how desperate they are to stop Ghanaians who are interested in becoming gays or lesbians to see it as a normal thing in this country.

Nana Ama has as a result thrown a challenge to Sam Dzata George and other concerned citizens to channel the same anger they are exhibiting in fighting LGBTQ into fighting corruption should the anti-LGBTQ bill be passed as a law.

On her Twitter page she posted; "If only Ghanaians fought against corruption like they are fighting the LGBTQ, so far Sam George has held high the flag of the Ghana moral values. Very commendable. When this bill is passed into law, this same level of anger should be channelled in fighting corruption @samgeorgegh".

Below is the post by Nana Ama on Twitter.

According to her what Sam George is currently doing is very commendable because he has put the morals of Ghana first to protect his people from these anal predators. But she is pleading with him not to forget to channel the anger into fighting corruption in Ghana after this one, because it is also an issue which is killing Ghanaians right now.

Do you think the issue of corruption can be tackled this same way, as Nana Ama is suggesting to Sam George to put in mind?

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