The Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor has revealed that member of parliament for Ningo Prampram constituency, Hon Samuel Nartey George did not make his case known on LGBTQ issue when called to speak on CNN.
Kevin Taylor speaking on with all due respect show on loud silence TV today, Wednesday, 13th October, 2021 told Ghanaians that Hon Sam George did not answer the specific questions thrown to him when speaking to CNN but he was rather using his religion to answer questions which did not make his case known on social issues.
According to Kevin Taylor, Gay people are not "animal" and people cannot say that they will ignore them forever in the community. He stated that people cannot use their religious beliefs to influence the LGBTQ issue but they have to hold dialogue on the issue and find out what to do about it.
Kevin Taylor told Ghanaians that they should stop praising Hon Sam George because using religious beliefs to explain things on LGBTQ issue does not hold water.
" Sam George did not make his case on LGBTQ issue. I am not in support of them but they are not animals. If your son wake up and told you that he is gay, will you kill him? No! You will find solution to solve the problem and that is what we should be doing now but not using our religious beliefs to be explaining ourselves. If you ask Ghanaians who are believers in America they will telling you how they're working with gays without being gays. Sam George did not address the issue and i think finding solution to the problem will help us" Kevin Taylor added on the show when speaking about LGBTQ issue trending in the country.
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