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Go to Saudi Arabia to legalize LGBTQI there. Lawyer descends heavily on diplomats.

The issues of LGBTQI+ has been a great issue for discussion in Ghana in recent years. Most government officials have voiced out their concerns over it. Some citizens seek to protect the rights of the LGBTQI+ group but others believe that it's against nature atge norms of Africa as a whole.

A Private Legal Practitioner, Faisal Ibrahim has directed his resentment on the unfamiliar negotiators supporting the privileges of the Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) bunch in Ghana. 

The lawyer, talking on ''Kokrokoo'' on Peace FM, shot the negotiators for helping the launch of LGBTQI office in the Greater Accra Region. 

A five room loft lodging the gathering was purportedly opened on Sunday, January 31, at Ashongman Estate. This office was later shut down on the orders of the president.

The function was gone to by the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, the Dannish Ambassador to Ghana and a few authorities of the European Union (EU) in Ghana. 

Attorney Faisal Ibrahim gave a harsh admonition to the ambassadors asking for what reason don't they present something very similar in Saudi Arabia? For what reason don't they attempt? Since they know their qualities and strict standards don't uphold it yet for what reason is that when they come to Africa, they believe they come and reveal to us anything they need?

He again said that one reserves the privilege to be anything he desires to do in his country however when one leaves his country to another country, in any event show regard that he will manage individuals there; in this way, he doesn't have to come and force any thoughts and qualities on individuals of the said country.

He expressed determinedly that it is an affront for the ambassadors to look to sanction homosexuality in Ghana.

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