The Executive Secretary of National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, Moses Foh-Amoaning has revealed that a father is Canada was imprisoned because he called his daughter who has changed his “sex” to male as daughter.
The anti-LGBTQ+ advocate made this revelation on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana show with host Paul Adom-Otchere yesterday, October 12, 2021.
Discussions on LGBTQ+ has gained momentum in the past few days with a lot of Ghanaians expressing their opinions on the matter.
A report by the Center for Democratic Development (CDD) indicates that about 93% of Ghanaians abhor LGBTQ+ and want it to be criminalized in the country.
There are concerns that passing the anti-LGBTQ+ bill that is current in Parliament into law would deny the country some aid and plunge it into economic difficulties.
Moses Foh-Amoaning maintains his position that the act should be criminalized in the country because its effects would be more unbearable.
He reiterated that people get into these as a result of poverty, peer pressure, prostitution, etc.
” In March this year, a father was jailed in Canada because he called the daughter as daughter because the daughter said I don’t want to be a daughter. He was jailed. That is how ridiculous the whole thing is turning out to be” he said.
Inset:Before and after image of a female transgender to male
He warned that it would be dangerous if the LGBTQI is allowed to thrive in the country.
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