The United States based journalist Kevin Taylor claims Hon. Gabby Okyere Darko is scared of going to prison so he has ordered professors and academicians to oppose the anti-LGBTQ bill sent to parliament by Hon. Sam Dzata George.
He said Hon. Gabby Okyere Darko has organized the current dignitaries who are currently receiving backlash from Ghanaians for opposing a law which is aimed at promoting the dignity of Ghana.
He said: "After Former President John Dramani Mahama threatened to jail or prosecute him, he has find ways and means to take the attention off him and this time, he is succeeding"
Kevin Taylor posted this information on his official page today October 10.
The journalist further stated that Hon. Gabby is succeeding in driving the attention from him so the National Democratic Congress social media activists should not talk about the LGBTQ bill but to focus on Hon. Gabby Okyere Darko.
According to Kevin Taylor, Hon. Gabby Okyere Darko is scared of going to jail.
Check out screenshot from his post below.
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