The office for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex which was located in Ashongmang, a suburb of Accra was closed on the 31st of January after the public raided against them. The office was opened when the debate on the legalization of the act became popular in the country.
Following the closure of their office, the group is using another ways and means to reopen their office in Accra again. In a post cited on Twitter today, the LGBTQI group is making contribution in the name of getting their selves a better place in Ghana to protect their interest here in the country. Their aim is getting $100,000 to get an office again.
"Our new safe place! We are very grateful for your help and support following the closure of our safe place. Help us reach $100,000 towards purchasing our very own new safe place right here in Accra"
My problem is why are they still finding a way to operate in the country if the government rejects it? Drop your comments in the comment box below and follow up for more information.
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