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Ghana Would Develop If MPs Don't Fly Abroad: MPs Alleged Visa Denial On LGBTQ Bill Reactions

Before the arrival of the dreaded Covid 19 disease, travelling outside the country of Ghana has been a big deal for many. Even in these times of Covid 19, some sections of Ghanaians do travel in and out of Ghana for reasons such as business, education, vacation and others.

Ghanaian celebrities as well as politicians are seen mostly travelling outside the country although some sections of Ghanaians fear travelling outside the country nowadays because of the dreaded Covid 19 disease.

Travelling outside the country requires time, finance and the laying aside of other vital things at ones disposal. For that matter, it is advisable not to travel if that which is to be done outside the country is not of that much importance.

This notion is in contrast to the situation in which one would have to be denied Visa to travel outside the country.

Arthur Kennedy has revealed that some of the Members of Parliament have already been denied Visas and are warned to draw back from the anti LGBTQ bill.

This suggests that if such members of parliament have pertinent issues to deal with outside the country, they would be denied the chance and Ghanaians have reacted massively towards the revelation.

The Ghanaian community has surprisingly sided with the western world and have seen the directive as something good in disguise.

Aniah is of the view that Parliamentarians are supposed to serve their constituencies and not the Western World. He goes on to say that if the Parliamentarians do not travel abroad, it would enable Ghana to develop. Possibly, the time, finance and other resources that would be used in the transportation could be use for the development of the nation.

Abban Ebenezer also believes that it is a good thing for the Parliamentarians to stay home and help develop the country.

Do you believe that Ghana Would Develop if the members of parliament are denied Visas?



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