Beyond this new technological and economic dimension, Man and the spiritual dimension of human existence are a critical factor that cannot be disregarded. Modernisation, progress, efficiency, growth, production do not clash with principles such as science and philosophy, social justice, human rights, economic progress and democracy, or with Man's inherent need to transcend and reach out to the Creator.The global trend of the resurgence of Islam, observable all over the world, does not mean either an unhappy existence or militancy, which must renounce hope of peaceful process of coexistence.
Dr Okoh Boye has made his stance on the LGBTQ bill issues clear on this morning's edition of "Good Morning Ghana" on Metro TV. He has emphatically stated that he is fully in support of the bill. This, the renowned medical doctor and politician gave a series of reasons and medical implications why the menace of the LGBTQ is not supposed to be accepted in Ghana.
Angel Maxine who is a Ghanaian and lives in Accra, came wout some time ago that he is transforming from man to woman (Transgender) and that what will make him feel as a proud human being from the Lord Jesus Christ. A video which is now spreading is a video Angel Maxine's mother, has come on social media to defend her son for becoming LGBTQIA and the mother feels that his son has chosen his choice and God knows best.
The anti-gay bill currently before Parliament and sponsored by some eight MPs seeks to criminalise and impose jail terms on lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and queers (LGBTQ+) and people who promote such activities in the country. Initially, the bill seemed to have a smooth transition into a law as many Ghanaians put thumbs up for it to be passed as a law.
Lawrence Doku, a young guy who is a gay and living in the Bukom town in the Greater Accra Region has advised Ghanaians and all those fighting (anti-lgbtqia) that it will be good to tell the sitting government and his people to develop the nation by satisfying the citizens needs than rather chasing after them everywhere.
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Allow homosexual rights, and they will be on their own to deal with the consequences - Mr. Beautiful
Mr Beautiful, a Ghanaian actor, has petitioned the Ghanaian government to provide the LGBTQ+ community equal rights in the country. After Member of Parliament Sam George argued with a CNN presenter on live television last week to dispute the anti-LGBTQ+ bill proposed by some parliamentarians, the LGBTQ+ debate has resurfaced.
Lawyer Akoto Ampaw has been a figure of ridicule over the past days by most Ghanaians after finding himself at where people will say the wrong side of the door. He has over the days received all kinds of mockery and being lambasted for his idea of being against the proposed anti-LGBTQI+ bill.
Ghanaians are anticipating the final stance of parliament on the private bill sponsored by Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram constituency, Sam Nartey George. The Speaker, Alban Bagbin and Majority leader, Honourable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu have revealed their position in support of the bill. However, the camp of 18 professors led by renowned Lawyer Akoto Ampaw has also joined forces to stiffly oppose the passing of the bill.
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During the lockdown, Yaa Jackson , a Ghanaian actress, announced herself a repentant sinner who has accepted Jesus Christ as her personal saviour. Her choice to repent was prompted by how many people were dying around the world as a result of the novel coronavirus, she said adding that she has realized that all we acquire on earth as humans is merely vanity.
Veteran Kumawood actor Mr. Beautiful, known in private life as Clement Bonney has urged the government of Ghana to allow the LGBTQ+ community access to their human rights in the country. Over the past weeks, scores of Ghanaian celebrities have shared their varied opinion on the LGBTQ Bill Before parliament that seeks to criminalize same-sex marriages.
Our Societies have tag men as the only part of the human race that can approach or go in for his beloved spouse or that can propose to any woman of their choice. Men always go in for what they want even apart from their life partners but women are in so many ways prevented from making such choices and this is as result of how women are normally brought up.
Aaron Adjetey Akron has disavowed the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) community, calling their practices "unnatural" after claiming to have had affairs with guys for two decades. Mr Adjetey Akron, now a priest, said at a news conference on Friday that being attracted to the same sex is an unnatural choice, not a genetic trait, as many LGBTQ+ movements believe.
Paul Adom Otchere is speaking about the lgbtq members in a way that they need to be addressed. Mostly, these are not the lives that these people hoped for. Some of the members of this lgbtq are believed to be so because of some situations that they found themselves in.
Birth, marriage and death are the standard trio of key events in most people’s lives. But only one marriage is a matter of choice. The right to exercise that choice was recognized as a principle of law even in Roman times and has long been established in international human rights instruments.
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.
Please kindly Click (+Follow) at the top right corner for more content/news and Comment below. Thanks "People like us will be in the fore front with Bishops and others to bind ourselves together, I can assure you" were the words of Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu the Spokesperson for the Chief Imam, as he stated in reference to his comments on demonstrating if anti-gay bill in Parliament is not passed.
Many Ghanaians are in support of the proposed LGBTG+ bill to met out punishments to persons found guilty of engaging in gay and lesbianism. The defendant of the Bill, Sam Nettey George argues persons identified in this category are of mental disorder since it is not normal for a person to want to sleep with the same sexual orientation.
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