Pastor Kofi Oduro, the leader of the Alabaster International Ministries has made a statement to send a simple message to Ghanaians concerning the issue of the gay and lesbian advocacy (LGBTQ+) in Ghana.
Speaking on a radio show earlier today, Prophet Oduro said that, we will be finished if we allow the LGBTQ+ to operate in Ghana.
According to him, it is not appropriate for a country like Ghana to allow such institutions to operate in the country. He stated that, it is against the will of God to practice single sex marriages or intercourse.
Prophet Oduro also called out to the authorities in charge to make sure that, these people will not be given the opportunity to operate in the country.
“Our culture and tradition is totally against the practice of the LGBTQ and we cannot afford to give them a room to operate in this country. If we don't take care and we allow them to operate in this country, we will be finished”, Prophet Oduro said.
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