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Gregory Andrews, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, has stated that any attempt by Ghana's Parliament to enact or enact laws that discriminates against Homosexuals or LGBTQI+ community's rights and advocacy will be disappointing, meaning he is considering the Parliament not to make any laws against the Homosexuals or LGBTQI+ community.
On Thursday, Gregory Andrews, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana paid a courtesy call on the Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin, saying that in order to protect human rights, our culture sometimes needs to adapt, and that doesn't mean being a different culture; it means accepting people for who they are, especially when they are not harming anyone else.
Mr Andrews stated that Ghanaian culture must accept people for who they are while respecting their rights without harming those who engage in the practice.
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