The popular Ghanaian controversial preacher and televangelist, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has warn Ghanaians and Christians especially to be prayerful as the country heads to the passage of the Anti-LGBTQI Bill in Parliament.
He said that, even though the Bill will be passed, it is not going to be easy afterwards as some oppositions will still stand against the passage of the Bill.
He made this statement in a live broadcast on a Ghanaian based TV3 station.
According to the founder and leader of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, "the Bill will probably be passed in Parliament by March 2022 following the decision of the Christendom council, but some three prominent Ghanaians who are in opposition will send the matter to Court on the basis of human rights abuse and the case will be ruled against the decision of the Parliament."
Therefore as Christians, we need to be very prayerful because our culture and beliefs abhor the activities of the LGBTQI+.
Do you really think the passage of the Anti-LGBTQI Bill is going to jeopardize the rights of people in the country?
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