Apostle Okoh Agyemang says, Ghana is fortunate to have great leaders because some of the African countries have accepted lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) whiles the leaders of Ghana are fighting to eradicate it from there.
The host of “Nkran Kwanso”, Docta Kay asks Apostle Okoh Agyemang that, why are some of the African countries practicing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex and according to Apostle Okoh Agyemang, it is because they are being trapped into that acts.
Apostle Okoh Agyemang said, the leaders of Ghana are fighting to eradicate LGBTQI and even that, Ghanaians have gotten hope and they believes it is going to be solved.
Apostle Okoh Agyemang also said, the leaders are struggling to make it a law and pass so that it will be illegal in Ghana but the Western Countries wants to use money to lure us into lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex.
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