However, since the debate of LGBTQI rights protection arose biding to the opening of the National Office in Ghana, most prominent and other civil society organisations has shared their opinion advocating for freedom for LGBTQI community.
The bringing of this LGBTQI, ( Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Oueer & Intersex) in Ghana has arisen problems as Ghanaians are seriously against the act of being with the same opposite and sees it as a sinful act although some think is human rights and the people must feel free and do what praises them.
The Founder and Leader of LPG has thrown his support behind LGBTQI community. Speaking in an interview on Happy 98.9 Fm's 'Epa Hoa Daben' hosted by the Don Kwabena prah, disclosed that " the LGBTQI group must be allowed to move freely. Their right to movement must not be infringed upon".
He made this assertions in reacting to spewing hate at our queer brothers and sisters. He revealed it today, March 1, 2021.
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