The Union has been blamed for supporting and supporting the exercises of LBGT rights in Ghana in spite of resistance from some Christian and other strict associations in the country.
The Executive Secretary of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, Moses Foh-Amoaning, has as of late pursued a campaign for the shut down of new office space for the LGBT development in Ghana.
The Executive Secretary of the Coalition has reproved the police to close down their exercises.
“The presidency, the ministry of foreign Affairs, and the IGP have every right to investigate that office to close it down immediately and arrest and prosecute those people involved in it,” he stated
“It never talks about the standard physiology which is normally used for LGBT rights, that is a sexual orientation, we don’t have it in our constitution.”
He continued by saying that, “We will put the appropriate petitions before Parliament for the immediate passage of a comprehensive legislation and then we will prohibit their motion.”
However, responding, the LGBT Rights Ghana office communicated its dismay in what it terms as an endeavor by the Executive Secretary of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, Moses Foh-Amoaning, to wage a campaign against their new local area space.
As per them, they have an unalterable option to exist as a perceived substance and development qualified for all the rights and securities ensured under Article 21 of Ghana's 1992 Constitution.
“We have the right as Ghanaians to live in peace, join groups, be protected from harm, and have our privacy respected. We are well aware of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values aims, and we strongly condemn their plan to sow discord and incite violence against an oppressed minority group like ours. We strongly advise that they direct their resources towards fighting real social issues such as poverty, the covid-19 pandemic, and the prevention of crimes such as the prevalent rape culture and abuse of women in Ghana.”
Adding it's voice to the matter, the European Union in Ghana said there ought to be fairness, resistance and regard for one another.
“A couple of weeks ago the EU in Ghana participated in the opening of the new community space of the @LGBTRightsGhana.
Equality, tolerance and respect for each other are core values of the EU. The EU supports civil society organisations promoting #LGBTIQ rights.”
In a short post on their authority Twitter page, the Union said the regard and capacity to bear each other structures some portion of their basic beliefs and that they will keep on supporting associations advancing the privileges of the LGBT people group.
The LGBT+Rights Ghana issued an appreciation to the EU for their support on their official Twitter handle "Your support and solidarity to our cause is one that we greatly appreciate "
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