The debate of whether to accept LGBTQ in Ghana or criminalize it is still on. Many Ghanaians are asking the Parliament to enact laws to criminalize it. Others too say the law to criminalize LGBTQ is unconstitutional and will affect the human rights of people.
FixTheCountry Leader, Osagyefo Barker-Vormawor is one of the people who don't understand why the government is bent on criminalizing LGBTQ when we have pressing issues to discuss. He has argued as to why LGBTQ should be left to do their things.
Earlier today, Osagyefo Barker-Vormawor has given about eight ways on how the politicians can be put at a tight corner which will force them to accept LGBTQ in Ghana.
According to him, the politicians can be forced when there are laws that they go to foreign countries for loans. Again, they can be forced to accept LGBTQ if there are laws that forced them not to receive health care of countries which has legalized it.
See the 8 suggestions Barker-Vormawor gave on his Facebook page;
What do you think about this news? Do you think if these 8 things are done politicians will finally accept LGBTQ in Ghana? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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