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No Need To Fight LGBT Community In Ghana- Catholic Priest.

A Priest of the Roman Catholic Church, Reverend Father Ignatius James Yaw Amponsah, has encouraged Ghanaians to instruct their youngsters on the outcomes of their activities. 

His remarks were because of certain activities individuals have called to be executed on the Lesbianism, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people group office commisssioned in Ghana few weeks past and its connected issue. 

Fire up. Fr. Ignatius accepts that the presence and establisment of the LGBT people group in Ghana is a subsequent activity on the country for relying upon the White race for endurance. 

He said: ''Please how about we be aware of the way that throughout everyday life, a hobo must choose between limited options. Since the time Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was toppled, our political chiefs have searched on for our economy to rely vigorously upon the white race. 

"Henceforth, they can would whatever they like to us. Hence, there is no compelling reason to battle the LGBT Community. In the event that the white race chooses not to purchase our cocoa, lumber, minerals, raw petroleum and so forth would we be able to make due as a country?" 

He noticed that the choice to join the local area rests in the possession of the people and that there is no compelling reason to battle their essence. What is required is schooling to condition individuals to act right. 

He said: "there is no good reason for do anything evil to the LGBT people group in Ghana. Fortunately no one can be compelled to join the LGBT Community, so we should teach our youngsters, and relatives about the results of their practices." 

Fire up. Fr. Ignatius finished up saying "On the off chance that we need the genuine autonomy and opportunity of Africa, we should start currently to value what God has given us as Africans and create them for our own potential benefit and not rely upon the white race for nearly everything." 


About couple of weeks back, the European Union (EU) in Ghana partook in the launch of an office for the LGBT people group at Tesano in Accra. 

This raised a great deal of concerns where individuals including associations like the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values approached the public authority to shut down the workplace on the premise that the country's constitution perceives LGBT among different reasons.

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