Former legislator of Kumbugu, Ras Mubarak has spewed fire on the European Union for the legalisation of LGBTI in Ghana. Honourable Ras Mubarak speaking, he said there is no way the European Union can force or pester us to accept LGBTI in this country. He was of the view that, there is in Europe they are against polygamy and castigate people who engage themselves in. So if that is what they are saying, why don't they legalise polygamous marriage in their country. They same way they abhor polygamy, that's the same way we do about LGBTI.
They can't by any means force Ghanaians to legalise what is abomination to us. He said every country has its rules and regulations governing it so if they have what they cherish, we also have what we cherish. He also spoke against the media houses and firms that are promoting the LGBTI. He said they should desist from that act. They should not be behind and broadcast any content that is associated with that act.
He again added that, they should be a legalisation to punish any media house that will publicise any content that is related to LGBTI and other related contents. He also reiterated that, what the foreign diplomats are doing is bad and unacceptable. Simply because they can't come and abolish the laws of their host nation and engage themselves in activities that is illegal and unacceptable.
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