All over the world one thing which is currently trending and has now turned into a debate, is the legalization of the LGBTQI plus. This fight for freedom of such activities has been in existence for a while and it seems Ghanaians, and some other countries don’t see the need for such thing to be accepted as a right. MP for Ningo Prampram Sam Gyata George has led some members of parliament to present an LGBTQIA bill for the act to be criminalize the act.
Most people are praising him for this steps and encouraging him not to stop. However there are people who don’t support what the MP and some members of parliament are preaching. Ghana’s first Transgender known as Angel Maxin has spoken against this bill, and just when we thought that was it, his mother has also in video lambasted the MP.
According to the mother, her son was born a male but had female features and he was teased in the society for behaving like a woman, so if her son has now transformed to a woman she sees nothing wrong with it for some people to come up with a bill to criminalize LGBTQI.
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