More trouble and Pressure have been released on the UK former member of Parliament who sits in his Country to interfere in the matters of Ghanaians. The former member of Parliament in British have been identified as Seb Dance. He made a comment about the current initiatives to be taken by Parliament which is the approval of Bill against those who will engage in LGBTQ+.
According to Seb Dance, it is the right of an individual to do what he or she pleases. This is what Ghanaians did not take it slightly with him. The member of Parliament for the people of Ningo prampram Honourable Sam George Djata also replied the UK base MP not to interfere in our matter and also Ghanaians will forever approve the bill.
Beside all these, concern Ghanaians are very angry with the words of Seb Dance as they warn him to keep quite. They added that he can't sit in his Country and tell us what to do in Ghana. If he has nothing to do, he should tell his government to accept other issues that are considered as illegal in their Constitution.
"YOU can't sit in your country and tell us what to do in Ghana. Ghanaians will not torelate that nonsense. Be in Uk and we will also be in Ghana. We are not accepting Gay, lesbian and Homosexuality today and not even tomorrow".
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