According to ADOM TV reports, a popular pastor who was suspected of engaging in secret LGBT activities has been attacked by community folks at Gomoa Ankoada in the Central Region of Ghana. He was subsequently sent to the Police station and was arrested. Narrating his Ordeal on ADOM TV, the victim in the saga explained that, the pastor took his phone number and started pestering him with proposals.
Bad news pending for Sam George and cronies against the LGBT community is that, some Ghanaians in London wants them to be blacklisted for preaching and influencing hate against their brothers and sisters in Ghana. According to TV3 network, today 23rd October 2021, thousands of angry Ghanaian protesters in Central London who supports the activities of LGBT have rejected the current Anti LGBT bill before Ghana's Parliament.
"Do you know how much tax we paid to put up that Billboard? Just as the Bible accepts for the promotion of love, we erected that LGBT Billboard to promote love, equality and tolerance. We're law abiding people that went through the necessary procedures. "
In a Facebook live broadcast, the UK based Ghanaian LGBT couple have sent a Coded Message to their fellow country men. The couple tried to explain that the anti LGBT bill will prevent some of them from visiting Ghana. "The anti LGBT bill they want to pass in Ghana is terrible " Dee Boldly captioned her presentation.
An angry and emotional LGBT leader and advocate Mr. Johnny April took to his Facebook page to boldly release an Annointing oil encounter between popular Man of God Bishop Charles Agyin Asare and Ningo Prampram Constituency MP Sam Dzata George. According to Johnny April, Bishop Charles Agyin Asare anointed Sam George just to come out strong and fight against LGBT activities in Ghana.
The Ghanaian LGBT activists and couple living in UK expressed their total anger on the Onua TV morning Show host Captain Smart. Captain Smart's show on Onua TV has lost two core supporter and followers over what they call Unprofessionalism on his part. Two popular LGBT Activists Dee and Lyn couldn't control themselves after watching Captain Smart's interview with a self acclaimed ex-lesbian called Dela few days ago.
In a televised interview with Captain Smart on OnuaMaakyeshow, Dela who called herself a former lesbian Confirmed that she has surrendered to Christ and has quit all activities regarding LGBT. According to her, those in the act should know that they can Die at anytime. Again, the bill in Parliament is not against them than the wrath of God.
Some Ghanaians have descended heavily on a Private Legal Practitioner, Akoto Ampaw for saying that male heterosexuals are a threat to Ghana’s value system than LGBTQ+. In a statement that seemed to be opposing the Anti LGBT+ bill, the Lawyers disagreed with the proponents of the bill who believe that LGBT+ is a threat to the family and value system of Ghana.
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There is currently a bill before Parliament regarding LGBT. Sam George and his team of other MPs have presented a bill seeking to criminalize acts of LGBT people. Though a majority of Ghanaians stand with the bill, there are a few who have risen to speak against the bill.
Kindly click on the +follow button at the top right corner to receive more tantalizing updates from JUKELAFRICA. Thank you for reading this piece. Cheers! Readers can recall how Ningo Prampram lawmaker Samuel Nartey George has said he is open to intellectual debate on the anti-LGBT+ Bill.
The recent circulating news that has raised massive concerns online was when the UK parliament finally invited top Ghanaian MPs over the controversial anti-LGBT bill. According to the chair of the anti-LGBT committee, Kwame Anyimadu Antwi, the UK parliament had invited members of the constitutional, legal and parliamentary affairs committee of Ghana’s parliament to another serious meeting over the anti-LGBT bill.
Sheila Bartels, a member of parliament for Ablekuma North, has warned the Ningo-Prampram MP against using abusive language while speaking to anyone with whom he disagrees. Sam George previously claimed that the Ablekuma North MPs' "silence on the floor of Parliament actually sounds more clever than these effusions of yours" in a Facebook post.
A Ghanaian parliamentary committee has begun a public hearing into a controversial anti-gay bill. The bill proposes a five-year jail term for lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people and a 10-year term for promoters and advocates of LGBT+ activities. The first day of the hearing was tense - with both proponents and those against LGBT+ people strongly arguing over the proposed legislation.
Professor Henry Kwasi Prempeh, Executive Director of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), has expressed his outrage at the treatment of LGBTQI+ people in Ghana. Instead of focusing on gays, he believes that there are other, more serious sexual offenses that should be addressed.
A Ghanaian man identified as Aaron Akrong has taken to his social media to share transformative photos of himself before and after he encountered Christ. Photo credit: Aaron Akrong Instastory According to Aaron, he made the decision to follow Christ in September 2018 and has never looked back.
Talks have been all over here in Ghana against the advocacy of LGBT+ activities. In the light of that, some members of Parliament made it a priority to sponsor a private member bill to put further restrictions on the activities of the LGBT+ community members here in Ghana.
. President Ramaphosa of South Africa has announced and confirmed the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu a Nobel Prize winner and a philanthropist. According to the official release, the prominent man passed on today 26th December 2021. The reports pegged his age at 90. Before his demise, Archbishop Desmond Tutu was a strong critic of the South African Apartheid.
Overviews Web clients in Ghana partake in a data space that is to a great extent liberated from specialized restriction. In any case, the country's ideological groups have utilized pundits to shape sentiments via online entertainment, especially during the December 2020 decisions where President Nana Akufo-Addo crushed his ancestor, John Mahama, briefly term in office.
I don't support LGBT, everyone else should know this by now. I want it to be illegal and unacceptable in Ghana. However, I don't think it is right for anyone to you to jail for being one. I don't also think it is a religious debate.
If parliamentarians try to decriminalize lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) in Ghana, Reverend Father James Buah Nkwantabisa, the Priest in Charge of Saint Mary's Parish in the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua, has vowed to organize a demonstration. He claims that the Catholic Church is unyielding and would never bow to outside pressures by approving gay behaviors in Ghana.