The LGBTQI debate takes twist and turns each and every day, with more pressure from religious and other influential groups mounted on law makers to criminalize the act, while right groups and other organizations are calling for the legalization and acceptance of it instead.
While this issue is yet to be settled an incident involving two suspected gay men has occurred in Kasoa in a Central Region.
The two restaurant workers whose name are given as Prince Nyator (22) and Evans Amoah (23), found themselves in the grips of the police after it was reported that Prince Nyator has allegedly stabbed Evans Amoah, for purportedly cheating on him with a lady, and also decided to stop the relationship he had with Prince.
This caused Prince to allegedly stap Evans, and the two are now in the grips of ths Police.
Meanwhile, their work colleagues at the restaurant also explained that Evans and Prince were already in contact on Facebook and even proposed to Evans before the two managed to get employed at the restaurant.
The issue of stabbing only occurred after Evans decided he wasn't interested in the gay relationship anymore.
Stay tuned as we will bring you more updates on any new developments on this issue.
Have a great day.
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