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Eric Nyamekye's Message To Akoto Ampaw Could Be The Key To Silencing The Coalition Of Professors

The debate about criminalising LGBTQ++ activities in Ghana is getting intense as the chairman of the Church Of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye daring lawyer Akoto Ampaw to match him boot for boot.

In a press briefing, the chairman of the church of Pentecost said that lawyer Akoto Ampaw want to use the media and the street as their roadmap to oppose the bill, but they as a church, will match them anywhere they go.

According to Eric Nyamekye, if Akoto Ampaw storm the streets to oppose the bill, they will also mobilise their members to storm to streets and Akoto Ampaw cannot stand their numbers

The Church of Pentecost, together with other Christian groups, has presented to parliament separate memos in support of the passage of the Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill into law. 

Among other things, the bill seeks to explicitly criminalise LGBTQI activities in the country and proposes that groups and individuals who promote LGBTQI should be sanctioned.

Attached is a video of the Apostle openly daring the lawyer to try his tactics and they will also call their numbers.

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