As Ghanaians continue to share their views on the proposed law to criminalize activities of LGBTQ in Ghana, more people have been sharing their views on the matter.
But, it appears some members of Parliament are not happy with the bill which is yet to be passed by the Legislature.
One of such MPs is the NDC MP for Madina, lawyer Francis Xavier Sosu who is of the view that, passing the Bill in to law will have International consequences for Ghana.
Speaking to TV3's Parliamentary Correspondent, Komla Klutse, the Human rights lawyer is warning Parliament over the Bill that seeks to criminalize persons with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender orientation.
He further stated that, not only will it be a recipe for chaos, but it could derail the Country in several ways as well.
His comments will not go down well with the people of Madinah and Ghanaians as a whole.
This is because, majority of Ghanaians abhor the practice of LGBTQ as they see it as satanic and evil.
For these comments to come from the Member of Parliament will definitely have political repercussions for him.
This could lead to his exit from the Legislature in the next elections if the people of Madinah decide to punish him for this.
He must therefore do his home work well before is too late for him.
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