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One issue that has been talked about very much recently by most Ghanaians is the Anti-LGBTQI Bill which seeks to criminalize the activities of persons who are involved in the immoral act. Even though the some members of the international community accept the practice, the Ghanaians society frowns upon the practice.
Several personalities have expressed their opinions about the bill that is yet to be passed into a law. While others are in support of the bill, there are others who have also called for the bill to be looked into for he second time.
Mr. Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has also expressed his view about the the Anti-LGBTQI bill. In a tweet, Mr. Otchere-Darko noted that the Anti-LGBTQI bill only serves one purpose which is to get Ghana blacklisted for promoting hate. He added that those fighting for its implementation are also aware of that fact.
This message of Mr. Asare Otchere-Darko was however met with opposition by many. Many shared the view that the practice should never be accepted and the Bill should be passed into a Law.
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