We Have A List Of 8 Journalists,12 Ministers And Lawyers Who Are Fueling The LGBT Agenda - Moses Foh
By Brightstarviral | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 25280 views
The secretary of the national coalition for proper human sexual rights and family values, Lawyer Moses Foh-Amoateng has revealed that there are some big personalities in Ghana that have taken monies to support the LGBT community agenda.
According to the lawyer, there are some top public figures who are working under the European Union and other international bodies to push the LGBT community agenda and his outfit is close to out dooring these people soon by publishing their names.
Speaking in an interview with Accra based Okay FM, lawyer Moses Foh-Amoateng said he has about 8 journalists, 12 former ministers and MPs, lawyers and some judges who have all gotten their signatures under the cards of the LGBT community even though it's illegal
He warned that his organisation will with all its effect, fight against the LGBT community which is currently gaining roots in the country.
This follows the publication made on the official Facebook page of the European Union in Ghana reiterating their support for the community
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