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Kwaku Bonsam Singles Out Only 30 MPs As Trustworthy In Ghana And Goes Hard On LGBTQI Supporters

Ghanaian ritualist and fetish priest Kwaku Bonsam has made some profound statements concerning the leaders in the country. He said this during an interview on Angel FM. He said that the hardships we are experiencing in this country are a result of some behaviour exhibited by some of our leaders. He mentioned that some leaders in the country are womanizers who go about taking the girlfriends of young guys by convincing the women with money.

Again he added that some of the leaders take monies from the youth and promise them jobs and other things but do not deliver their promises. He said that these things have brought a curse upon the country and that is why we are suffering. He boldly declared that it is only 30 out of the 275 MP's who are not into such bad acts. He challenged any leader who thinks he is not into any bad behaviour in the country to come and face him.

He continued that with all of these hardships we are experiencing if we go on to legalize gay and lesbian activities in the country, things will get worse for Ghanaians. Kwaku Bonsam said that he does not support activities of LGBTQI+ and all traditionalists do not. He added a curse will be upon any leader who goes ahead to support the legalization of LGBTQI+ activities in the country.

In tangent with news surrounding LGBTQI+, the Rastafarian group in Bibiani has publicly come out to curse anybody who supports the legalization of LGBTQI+ in the country. Their leader, Suleman Salman admonished our leaders to pass the anti-LGBTQI+ bill in Parliament as soon as possible, else a curse will come upon them.

In his incantations, he said that any Chief, MP, Minister or even President who legalizes LGBTQI+ and eats food from the country and drives through the country shall be killed by river gods in the country.   

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