There is no doubt that most Ghanaians detest the practice of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ+) in the country. In view of this, those who still want to practice homosexuality do it in their secret places. There is even a fear that people might harass them in public so the LGBTQ+ people do not show their faces in public.
But the guy in your picture suspected to be gay was caught dressed up exactly like a lady. This man was wearing a lady's straight dress and slippers. If he is walking and you look at her back, nothing will convince you that the person walking is a man but he really is. Some guys after coming across this gay started hooting at him and mocking him at the same time. It appears he went out to buy something and was returning home.
These guys on the street were speaking the typical Ga language and they said, "Hoo!!!, LGBTQ+ man, shame on you. The Inspector-General of Police, Mr George Akuffo Dampare will soon come after you". The gay was also replying to them but because of the distance between him and the video recorder, it is difficult to clearly hear what he was saying.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video even said that they know this gay, he lives around James Town, Greater Accra Region.
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