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LGBTQI mustn’t be a debate again – NDC

By: Anfred

The Anti-LGBTQ Bill seems to be gaining more Momentum within the country as some Leaders from different churches issue a Memo to Parliament against the bill which remains into account by the legislative body.

This comes after a memorandum from 15 renowned legal, academicians, and activists challenged the legislation that seeks to totally criminalize LGBTQI activities in Ghana. Meanwhile, Richard Manuribe an NDC communication Team Member iterated that, problems with LGBTQI shouldn’t be debated again within the country.

The forerunner politician argued that the LGBTQI conveners are being strategic by publicizing their activities through the Media in an insidious way. chatting with Political BabyFace in an interview, Manuribe opted that, priority is being given to the problem and is breeding an avenue for more recruitment since some individuals private-chat people in such activities.

“That is why any time the controversy is down, they (LGBTQI) wave their results with other exigent issues which is pressing to the state. The More We talks about LGBTQI, the more they recruit people into the system” he bemoaned.

In the interim The Church of Pentecost has vowed to campaign vigorously against parliamentarians should they not see thereto that the anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Bill is passed into law with immediate effect. This comes after some leaders of the Christian churches led by Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman for the Church of Pentecost, and Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, President of the Apostolic Church of Ghana gathered 15,000 signatures presented yesterday to Parliament’s Committee for Constitutional, Legal, and Parliamentary Affairs.

Source: Adoanewsonline.com

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