Ghanaians are hailing lawmaker and representative of the people in Ningo Prampram first for his courageous step in leading a team in presenting the anti-LGBTQ bill. The praises continued when he, as a representative of Ghanaians, clashed with UK politician, Seb Dance, over the legalization of the anti LGBTQ+ bill. The accolades have heightened geometrically today as Sam George had an interview on an international channel, CNN with Larry Modowo, a Kenyan journalist. The interview was an intense one as the Kenyan journalist clearly defended the rights of homosexuals and Sam George stood firm in his decision against that act. Larry himself had to agree, that that was the most contentious he had ever had.
The question is, why did he defend homosexuality that much? Perhaps, he was one of them or he just believed in defending their rights. Gentle.Blogger got wind of the information that he was being accused of being a homosexual on several occasions and the interview he had with Sam George settles that debate. Gentle.Blogger chanced upon a video and picture in which Larry Madowo was spotted applying lipgloss or lipstick. See photo.
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