There have been discussions which started some weeks ago. The discussion is to whether criminalise LGBTQ or legalise it. Many people have opined that Parliament should do all it can to criminalise it whiles others also hold different opinions.
Some knowledgeable lawyers and well to do people also joined debate and they shockingly supported the idea of legalising LGBTQ in the country. The debate still continues and Ghanaians are waiting for the outcome.
Earlier today, Deputy Minister for Roads and Highways has made a revelation which has caused a lot of people to talk. Hon Adjei Mensah has revealed that the incessant increase in fuel prices is as a result of the failure of Ghana to accept LGBTQ.
This revelation from the Honourable Minister came as a result of the recent sit down strike of some Driver Unions in some parts do the country.
Many people have shown their displeasure with his statement and have given several opinions.
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