Many people are saying that he has shown that Ghana is not a simple nation as people thought could easily accept gay and lesbianism to pave way for other nations to follow in Africa.
Though there are strong lawyers who challenging the member of on his Anti LGBTQ bill drafted to parliament to be discuss and pass or rejected. Lawyer Akoto Ampaw has stated that the member of parliament actions towards LGBTQ+ is not good because he is trying to step on their rights but Ghanaians in support of Sam George said they are protecting their culture but not taking people's right from them.
Today, the Bono Regional Youth Organizer for the National Democratic Congress, Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo has stated that Hon Sam George is the first Ghanaian who will enter Heaven after making his stands known through CNN interview to Ghanaians.
However, Hon Sam George is a church elder of the church of pentecost in his constituency so what Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo is saying may look funny but may be real if the LGBTQ bill is passed in the august house of parliament.
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