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I Will Lead A Demonstration If MP’s Try To Legalize Homosexuality – Catholic Priest

If parliamentarians try to decriminalize lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) in Ghana, Reverend Father James Buah Nkwantabisa, the Priest in Charge of Saint Mary's Parish in the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua, has vowed to organize a demonstration.

He claims that the Catholic Church is unyielding and would never bow to outside pressures by approving gay behaviors in Ghana. On the First Sunday of Advent, Reverend Father James Buah Nkwantabisa, speaking in Asamankese, exhorted Believers to never be submitted to the world's pattern, but to be changed by the renewing of their minds, so that they might test or accept what God's will is–his good, acceptable, and perfect will.

He underlined the significance of maximizing human freedom in order to fulfill God's wish to dictate God's love and reasonable liberty. This same cleric responded, "Man desires to Mary." What was God's purpose in creating man and woman? Because we are promoting them, we should cease talking about them."

People have been killing fellow peers for rituals, according to Reverend Father Buah Nkwantabisa, who said that Ghanaians should give up the simplest method to acquire money and instead suffer to gain.

He remarked that authorities must not abuse their authority and that all citizens must be treated equally under the law.

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Asamankese Catholic Church Ghana James Buah Nkwantabisa LGBT+


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