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Eradicating Homosexuals Need Common Sense Not Law

The Chief Executive Officer for Educate African Institute, Mr. Boadi Williams has cautioned Ghana's citizenry to handle the issue of same sexual marriage in the country with cautiousness.

Expressing his concern over the act of homosexuality and lesbianism in the country, said the issue as an abomination and unfortunate thing that should not be entertained and ban victims from the country.

He added that, to eradicate the practice of Homosexuality needs common sense and not the law.

According to him, the government should not consider that option as human right. He briefed that, per their research (EAI), more than 18 headmistress are registered lesbians in the country which is saddened.

"I believe now is the time for the government to clamp down on gayism and lesbianism once and for all. The call against the practice should be louder than before as it is against our cultural values", he urged.

He stressed that, Ghanaians should reinstitute their moral and culture values and use common sense to eradicate this unholy act.

Mr. Boadi Williams made this known on Tain FM Anɔpa Nkɔmmɔ with host, Appiah Kubi.

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