The chief of Dormaa Ahenkro, Osagyefo Agyeman Badu I, has made his opinion public on the current issues going on in relation to the LGBTQI movement and issues related to it and even given what can been said to be a suggestion to the president of the country.
In a video doing the rounds on social media, the traditional ruler, casually dressed and in a relaxed posture said he did not understand why people would want such a behavior or movement to be accepted in the country.
He posited that even in the animal kingdom, species of the same danger do not form such attachments and therefore does not understand why people would want such an attitude or orientation to be accepted in the human society.
He went on to say that, the activities of the LGBTQI community puts the very existence of man in danger since it does not promote reproduction.
He also said that a greater percentage of Ghanaians are against it, which means that it is a practice that is alien to us. He then in a jovial manner but still driving home his point said that if he had the opportunity to speak to the president of the country, he would encourage him to accept gay marriages only under the strict condition that they would give birth within a year. This triggered laughter from the people who were gathered at the meeting.
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