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If This Government Says I'm Lying, Let Them Issue A Statement Within 48 Hours - Captain Smart

Captain Smart has thrown a challenge to the current government of Ghana. Nana Akufo-Addo and his followers should issue a statement within 48 hours if they think what I'm saying is not true. For me and from the intelligence I have gathered, this government will legalize LGBTQI in Ghana.

Captain Smart on Onua TV today told his viewers about what he feels about this current government and their position in this anti-LGBTQI bill. Captain Smart said he has done some analysis and gathered some intelligence. He has studied all the post and comments by all the top government officials about this LGBTQI issue. From Akoto Ampaw, The President of Ghana, to the other professors.

He thinks what John Boadu said is just some politics he is playing with us. But for him he feels and thinks from his intel that this government will accept gayism and lesbianism in Ghana. Captain Smart says the government can issue a statement within 48 hours if they think what he is saying is wrong.

It will amaze you that, since this anti-LGBTQI thing came up, the President has not spoken to it, the vice president has not spoken to it, the 1st and 2nd ladies too nothing, the Christian council as a body too, nothing from all of them. What shows this bill is going to be passed as law. They are not even interested in the bill not to talk about passing it.

According to Captain Smart, the money that has been pumped into this is above us and that the government has no other option than to approve LGBTQI in Ghana. The bill will be rubbished and LGBTQI will be legalized at all cost. Captain Smart said, "If the government says I'm lying, let them issue a statement within 48 hours". For him we should forget about this fight because it is going to be legalized.

Thank you for reading.

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