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Ghanaian Parliament requested to quick track section of Anti-Gay Bill

The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) and the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) have encouraged Parliament to assist activity on the entry of the Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, 2021. 

The two boards likewise urged residents to send their memoranda to Parliament on the side of the Bill to shield the country from "debasement and moral debauchery of same sex associations." 

An assertion mutually endorsed by Reverend Dr Cyril G.K. Fayose, the General Secretary of CCG, and Rev. Emmanuel Barrigah, the Secretary General, GPCC, engaged President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to sign the bill into law after the fair treatment.

It also urged Ghanaians to pray for God's blessings and intervention in the bill's passage.

Furthermore, it is incompatible with Ghanaian culture and family values, and as a result, the residents of this country cannot tolerate it,” according to the statement.

Meanwhile, the two councils' leaders had been concerned about a segment of the public's failure to follow the COVID-19 protocols.

"We passionately appeal to all Ghanaians, especially pastors, to ensure that all approved protocols are followed on their premises," the statement stated

"Let us all keep safe by wearing facemasks, observing social distancing, constantly washing our hands with soap under running water, and frequently using hand sanitizers.

The articulation praised government for getting immunizations for the nation and asked the populace to benefit themselves for the inoculation. Addressing the successive deadly street crashes, the chambers approached government to focus on the development of double carriageways to check head on impact of vehicles. 

"We likewise ask the Ministry of Roads and Highways to raise streetlamps on all streets, particularly the significant roadways to help perceivability when driving around evening time. We appeal to the police to guarantee that street traffic guilty parties face the full afflictions of the law to guarantee discipline on our streets," the assertion said.

It communicated worry over the exercises of mystics on TV, radio and the web and said: "We, the Leaders of CCG and GPCC accept that it is significant for the Government and all residents to see the value in the moral, mental, social and financial destruction, which these mystics are causing our country." 

"We, subsequently, approach the controllers of our media space to clip down on the exercises of deceitful mystics who engender shades of malice and their 'make easy money' exercises on our TV channels and web-based media stages." 

The assertion approached Ghanaians to see the value in the requirement for difficult work, genuineness, trustworthiness and the craving for certifiable securing of riches.

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CCG Cyril G.K. Fayose Emmanuel Barrigah GPCC Ghanaian


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