Highly proficient lawyer and vice President of IMANI Center For Policy And Education Think Tank Kofi Bentil has finally admitted that Sam Nartey George, the member of parliament for Ningo Prampram Constituency, who together with some seven other members of parliament are championing the criminalisation of LGBTQ activities in Ghana have won the debate.
According to him, he believes that if everyone lives long enough, we will all see when his grandchildren will rise and change that part of the law he is vehemently supporting.
He further added that, it will be very pity that Sam George will have to apologize for his actions
"Sam George and his friends have won the Gay debate!… for now.
I have a feeling If we live long enough, we will see his grandchildren change the Law he supports and apologize for his actions. Time will tell" he said
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