The argument to whether to criminalize LGBTQ or legalise it in Ghana is still on. Majority of Ghanaians are seriously backing the criminalization of LGBTQ in Ghana. Lawyer Akoto Ampaw and his cohorts are seriously opposing the bill which seeks to criminalize LGBTQ in Ghana. According to them, it is unconstitutional and it will affect the human rights of soke people.
Kwame Asare Obeng who is popularly known as Aplus has asked some question earlier today which I think has been on the minds of any ordinary Ghanaian. The question which has always linger in our minds is that "why politicians get so rich overnight?". This question is not a rhetorical question but it seems no one is ready to give the ordinary Ghanaian an answer.
Francis Dodovi, a National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Suame Constituency in the Ashanti region for the 2020 elections made his assertions on the numerous murder cases which has been on the rise in the country. He stated that we must investigate the youth who drive in luxury cars with the notion that just some few months ago in Kasoa, two young guys were arrested for a murder of young boy for money rituals and just recently the Abesim incident which has generated so many revelations and tensions in the society.
The leader of Breman in the Suame Constituency in Kumasi, Baffuor Kotei Kutin Sramana, has brought on a stir by way of supplying unique prayers at a cemetery for the flag bearer of the opposition countrywide Democratic Congress (NDC), ex-President John Dramani Mahama. The traditional chief in particular prayed to the ancestors of Breman, which's one of the recognized traditional cities in Asanteman, to assist Mr. Mahama to win the 2020 polls. His bizarre behavior of figuring out to offer special prayers for