Popular presenter Captain Smart who have joined the strong forces to campaign for the anti-LGBTQI+ bill in Ghana, have stated allegedly that this current government led by President Nana Akufo-Addo will never and can never pass this anti-LGBTQI+ bill that most Ghanaians are hoping for.
This anti-LGBTQI+ bill when passed will help deal with anyone found engaging themselves in such act which Ghanaians see as abominable lawfully. According to Captain Smart this government can never pass the bill to take effect. They will just beat about the bush like they always do till the noise about this bill goes down totally.
He said the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo is under so much pressure that passing this bill will be very difficult for him. So if Ghanaians are rooting for him and his government to pass this bill, then they should forget about it because it will never happen.
Stating that this government cannot and will never approve or pass the bill on Onua Maakye this morning, he did not stated which government will but just said they will not pass it.
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