The issue of LGBTQ has been the talk of the town for some weeks now. The Parliament of Ghana are discussing whether to pass a bill into law which will criminalize LGBTQ in the country. Many Ghanaians are of the view that it is necessary for the government to pass the bill into law whiles others are vehemently opposing the bill.
Lawyer Akoto Ampaw and his cohorts are seriously opposing the bill. According to them, it will affect the rights of others and aside that it is unconstitutional.
As the discussion is seriously ongoing, we have chanced on a video which is seriously circulating around. The video is about a hospital in kumasi which is alleged to be a hospital established for LGBTQ people. The sharer of the video stated in the video that he has witnessed that only males who he suspect to be gays visit that hospital. He therefore dared people who doesn't believe him to come and witnessed the hospital as he shared the location of the place.
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