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I Was So Disappointed In The Catholic Bishops – Former MP Speaks On Live TV

The wind of LGBTQI is still blowing in the media space of Ghana. Today an office believed to belong to the group was ransacked at Ashongman. Earlier on another office had been shut down at Tesano. The laws of Ghana forbade the open practice of acts related to homosexuality. Despite the storm, some popular personalities have come out to confess they belong to that group.

Today, Wednesday, February 24, 2021 on GHtoday, former MP for Adenta, Kojo Adu Asare expressed his disappointment in the Catholic Bishops for their weak caution warning against acts of LGBTQI. It took the timely intervention of the host to calm him. It can be recalled that the Catholic Bishops released a strong communique to the government warning against the group’s activities.

“If this is what happened I am disappointed in the Catholic Bishops. If the press release that I read on social media was true, then I am disappointed. The tone was not as strong as it should be. I don’t like it. It sounded like we should accommodate and protect the rights of LGBTQI. It is not right and as a Christian I feel bad about it. I know the Muslim community are also against it” Adu Asare said.

Later the host Lantam Papanko corrected him that probably it was a wrong press release that he saw. He looked for the original press release and read it to him. Adu Asare then acknowledged that this was not the one he saw. He finally concluded that the one he saw might have been a mischievous one to distract the Ghanaian populace. He apologized for his earlier comments.

What do you make of this resurgence of the LGBTQI group? What should the government do with pressure coming from various quarters?

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