Ghana's anti-LGBTQI bill pending Parliamentary debate for approval or otherwise has not sparked controversy in just Ghana, but also internationally. It has been back and forth since the eight Parliamentarians who are sponsors of the bill tabled it before the legislature. Many experts warned that the country should be tactical in handling the situation since it spells doom for the country.
A developing country like Ghana that relies on donor countries to supplement its budget, the country is at a crossroads, as it is pressed hard between fulfilling the aspirations of the whopping majority of her citizens and pass the anti-LGBTQI bill that will give legal backing to cement the country's stance on LGBTQ or heed to the call of the minority who consider the bill as an abuse on the fundamental human rights of LGBTQI members and throw out the bill
In the meantime, according to a Facebook post by Yayra Koku, a pro-NDC social media journalist, a gay composed a song for His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo. According to the musician, the LGBTQI people in Ghana are having a tough time now, so he sung the song for Nana Akuffo Addo to show his solidarity for the LGBTQI people in Ghana.
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