The fate of Ghanaians as to whether homosexuality will be legalized in the country or not lies on the Members of Parliaments who have been elected to represent the 275 constituencies. There has been a call for a live telecasting of the voting and also, religious leaders have "threatened" these lawmakers that they will be voted out if they vote against the anti-LGBTQ bill that has been presented to the house.
Today, the leader of the Alabaster Church, Prophet Kofi Oduro sent a strong message to the MPs.
"I am telling our honorable parliamentarians. Do not make a mistake. I am reminding all of you honorable, that the seat on which you are sitting, is the Lord's. If you make the slightest mistake, God will replace you. God will bring you down."
He expressed disgust at the manner in which they pretentiously swear an oath with the same Bible that they will protect and defend the country. He later reminded all those who quoted the Bible and used it for campaign that the Bible is still the Lord's
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