On Sunday, October 12, 2021, Member of Parliament for the Ningo-Prampram Constituency, Hon. Sam Dzata George was submitted to the Lord in prayers. He is leading the LGBTQI+ fight for the country and enemies were attacking him from all cardinal locations, both local and abroad. Thus, Bishop Agyin Asare prayed for him.
When TV3 posted a cartoon image of the anti-gay bill crusader and Bishop Agyin, many comments flooded the post. Indeed, I was shocked to witness what Ghanaians had to say considering how long it has taken them to come out with such a conversation. According to one Chris Boateng on Facebook, whatever Sam George and NDC are doing is populism and they are playing on the minds of Ghanaians. They know we are religious and very emotional about it. Again, on the political flip side, the President is doing well, they don’t have much to run propaganda against the NPP. Thus, they’re using the LGBTQI+ as leverage to lock the NPP.
Therefore, the failure of this bill being passed will make Ghanaians vote against the NPP. This is the calculated approach the party has taken. If that is not the case, why didn’t they pass that law when former President John Mahama was in power? Apparently, the former president was even receiving funds from gay people.
Ghanaians also encouraged the religious leaders to also divert some of the energies in fighting the LGBTQI+ to fighting corruption and theft. They are sin and abominable in nature. They also do not see a country grow and progress. Well, these are some of the comments from Ghanaians.
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