Popular YouTuber and blogger, Kwadwo Sheldon has thrown direct punches at the member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Sam ‘Dzata’ Nartey George. The entertainer was reacting to comments made by the MP in relation to a 36-page document which seeks to criminalize any act or behavior which comes under the umbrella of what has become known as LGBTQI that has been presented to parliament for it to be passed into law.
The Bill has sparked a lot of debates across the country with many people expressing varied opinions. Whiles some believe that it will stifle the human rights of people, others also feel it is a step in the right direction.
It was in this light that the lawmaker, expressing his delight in the massive support for the Bill tweeted that irrespective of some people pushing against the Bill, they will push it through.
But reacting to the lawmaker’s post, the popular YouTuber said the post only showed the lawmaker was low on sense.
Was tho response not too harsh?
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