This happened this evening after Kwame A Plus posted a message relating to the LGBTQ bill, the bill which is currently facing problems due to interference of dignitaries opposing the bill.
Kwame A Plus Posted: "The Sovereignty of Ghana resides in the people of Ghana in whose name and for whose welfare the powers of government are to be exercised in the manner and within the limits laid down in this Constitution. Going by this, I want to ask the people of Ghana in whose name and for whose welfare the powers of government are to be exercised a very simple question. Question: Are you for or against the anti LGBTQ+ bill?"
Sulley Seidu commented: "Kwame A Plus, you have been beating about the bush from day one of the bill, equally tell us whether you are FOR or AGAINST the bill. Thank you"
Other people also supported Sulley's statements saying Kwame A Plus shouldn't be neutral, he should come out and talk to Ghanaians about his stance on the passing of the LGBTQ bill in Parliament.
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