Former Member of Parliament and private legal practitioner, Honourable John Ndebugre has boldly come out to say that, he cannot support the Anti-LGBT which is currently being debated about by people all over the country. The Anti-LGBTQ caused massive stir after it was presented to the parliament house few months ago.
Angel Maxine says he will kill his self if the Anti-LGBTQ bill sent to parliament is passed. In an interview, he said he can not live in a country where due to the laws made, she will not be able to live freely. The first Ghanaian transgender musician sees his self as a woman and he says he want Ghanaians and the whole world to see him as such.
Some proponents of the anti-LGBTQ bill have described persons behind the memo submitted to Parliament to squash the anti-LGBTQ bill as intolerant and trying to shove their opinions down their throats. The President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe, has added his voice to the sections of Ghanaians speaking against the anti-LGBTQ bill currently before Parliament.
#Dear reader, this is a newly created platform kindly follow to grow it. Thank you. What has been in the airwaves recently is about the issue of the criminalization of the LGBTQ+ which has to deal with the bill on the promotion of proper human sexual rights and Ghanaian Family values Bill, 2021.
The LGBTQ law issue has sparked a lot of debate, with many individuals expressing their views on whether they favour the bill or oppose it, and whether it should be passed or not. There are major organisations and individuals who have openly expressed their opposition to this measure, and now Aaron Adjetey Akrong has added his voice to the issue.
Should Rawlings Be Alive, These Will Be The Two Problems Of Ghana His Opinions Would Matter The Most
Its already one year when former president Jerry John Rawlings died. He was born on June 22, 1947 and died at 73 on November 11, 2021 from undisclosed ailments. After the death of former president Jerry John Rawlings, many are the things that have happened in Ghana's history and his decisions would play the key role in resolving those problems.
Discussions surrounding the LGBTQ rights in Ghana looks very far from over with twist and turns in the media space everyday. Lead Counsel for the New Patriotic Party in the 2020 election petition at the Supreme Court, Lawyer Akoto Ampaw has jumped into the Defence of the LGBTQ+ Community.
The anti-LGBTQ+ bill has sparked widespread outrage among Ghanaians. This includes both ordinary folks and public figures. The majority of Ghanaians appear to be opposed to it and hoping that the measure would be passed by parliament. If the bill is not passed by the parliament, it will be a major setback for many people in the country.
One issue that has called for a lot of arguments and debates among Ghanaian citizens is the Anti-LGBTQ+ bill which is currently on the floor of Ghana's Parliament. Many Ghanaians including those in high authority, religious bodies etc have declared their utmost support for the Anti-LGBTQ+ bill.
Currently in Ghana, experts are seriously discussing the Anti-LGBTQ bill; that if passed to law, will criminalize LGBTQ+ advocacy and jail LGBTQ+ people for at least five years. Though some people think the bill is a political tool, being use by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), to corner President Nana Akufo-Addo's administration, one fact remains…Nana Akufo-Addo now has a difficult choice to make.
I Don’t Understand Why People Think The Anti-LGBTQ Bill Is Controversial: It Is Not At All-KT Hammond
The member of Parliament for the Adansi-Asokwa Constituency, Kwabena Tahiru Hammond popularly referred to as KT Hammond has reiterated that he does not understand why people think the anti-LGBTQ+ bill is controversial because in his opinion, it is one of the least controversial bills they have had to work on in Parliament.
The debate amongst Ghanaians about LGBTQ bill is still rising as former special aid to MCE at Wenchi constituency called Baba Koniba in President Nana Akufo-Addo's last government has fumes and jabbed that, people supporting Anti LGBTQ bill are double standard people and causes massive stir today. According to him, he doesn't understand why civil society and some Politicians in the country are not ready to look into the bill brought to parliament before they may take their position on the matter as the issue keeps trending in the country.
The anti-LGBTQ+ Bill has come under some severe attack and criticism by some leading Ghanaians academicians and public figures. About eighteen Ghanaian academicians and lawyers are championing the protection of the rights of the LGBTQ+ community in the country. Whilst I think their stance is laudable, I cannot understand their arguments.
Outspoken Journalist, Blessed Godsbrain Smart popularly known as Captain Smart has served notice to the lead counsel for the New Patriotic Party in the 2020 election petition to the effect that, his actions against the anti-LGBTQ+ is costing the President politically. Captain made this outburst during the “ranting” episode of the Onua Maakye show on Onua TV.
No! The boarding houses is to keep learners who are from a distance but desire to attend school of their choices. But it is now a place most learners are engaging in the act and also to force learners who finds it difficult to learns at home alone Confession from many gays and lesbians who are no more in the act says, they first did it in the boarding houses.
One of Ghana's most controversial religious leaders, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has waded into the ever growing debate surrounding the intedend criminalization of LGBTQ+ and its related activities in the country. Nigel Gaisie, who is the leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel told Angel FM's morning show crew headed by Kofi Adoma that gayism and lesbianism are not only sins but abomination as far as the teachings of the Bible are concerned.
For quite some time, the anti-LGBTQ bill, which attempts to criminalize homosexuality, has been on the airwaves. Many Ghanaians appear to be delighted with the bill, but others appear to disagree. Sam George was recently chastised by the mother of a transgender child for proposing such a law to parliament.
The member of Parliament for the Ningo-Prampram, Honorable Sam Nartey George says members of Parliament are not intimidated by threats of visa denials but would proceed to pass the anti-LGBTQ+ bill into law and still travel to the United States. Honorable Sam George made this bold assertion when he appeared on Good Morning Ghana on Metro TV today, October 14, 2021, to discuss a variety of matters including the anti-LGBTQ+ bill that is currently before Parliament for consideration.
Award winning investigative Journalist, Manasseh Awuni Azure has waded into the controversial LGBTQI+ conversation in the country. Ghana is set to pass a bill that is currently before Parliament into law after it has exhausted all the laid down processes. A report carried out by the CDD indicates that 93% percent of Ghanaians abhor LGBTQI+ in the country and support the introduction of a law to deter people from engaging in the act.
Sam Nartey George says the anti-LGBTQ Bill will no longer criminalise homosexuality. He said it is to amplify regulation on homosexuality . The Bill is championed by using a few 8 MPs. Sam Nartey George, has debunked recommendations that the proposed anti-LGBTQ+ Bill being championed by means of a few eight MPs is in search of to criminalise homosexuality in Ghana.