According to Hon Clement Wilkinson, the Members of Parliaments are in able to pass the LGBTQ bill because after passing it, Ghana will lose countries that gives loan, grants and others, since they have threatened the leaders about it.
He claims before accepting the bill, Ghana needs to prepare very well on how to get revenue for the country. Giving few options he said, the President should make each district a state as the Nigerians have done
He believes through that, each district turned to state will now work independently without interference by others.
Speaking this morning on Critical Issues aired on United Television he said "I think the main reason why the Members of Parliament can not pass the bill is that, Ghanaians will lose powerful countries that gives us loans and sometimes grant since they have threatened us about it, we need to give the Members of Parliament to prepare very well before making the decision"
"I suggest that all the districts in Ghana should be made a state so that each of them would work independently without interference and I believe Ghana would gain some sort of revenue, manageable to replace the loans and grants with strict conditions" he ended.
Hon. Clement Wilkinson is the Municipal Chief Executive for Ga West.
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