Ghana’s LGBTQI+ conversation has grown in enormous size and emotion. As the conversation gets hotter and sensitive in Ghana day-in-day-out, prominent personalities have declared support for the LGBTQI.
The latest of these personalities to have joined the campaign for the LGBTQI and won Ghanaian’s wrath was Michael Essien. He quickly lost respect in the sight of many Ghanaians and lost over a million followers on his Instagram page.
Just when we thought enough with these personalities, Ghana’s very own world-class architect David Adjaye, the man who has been given the contract by the Ghana Government for the building of National Cathedra has inputted his support for the LGBTQI+ community.
Concerns have been hugely raised on social media by many Ghanaians after learning the architect is a Pro LGBTQI activist.
This has actually angered many of the citizenries as to why such a person like David who is in charge of the cathedra building will declare support for the LGBTQI community.
What an irony. The man who is building the temple of God decides to join the crusade against the word of God.
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