April 24, 2024

Charles Owusu, a member of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) is urging Ghanaians to oppose Members of Parliament(MPs) who express support for the LGBTQ+ community.

The former head of the Monitoring Unit at the Forestry Commission believes that voting out such MPs will deter them from discussing the matter further.

He is advocating for a campaign against those who favor LGBTQ+ rights, cautioning that their stance could potentially have negative consequences for society.

During an interview on Adom FM, Mr. Owusu asserted that it is irrational to believe that individuals would willingly choose to be gay or lesbian.

He encouraged people to vote against anyone endorsing such views.

He specifically criticized Ursula’s remarks on the criminalization of sex toys, expressing concern about the potential societal impact and stating that Ghana should not allow anyone to disrupt its social fabric.

Mr. Owusu argued that even animals adhere to a natural order and do not engage in same-sex relationships.

According to him, being gay or lesbian is a deliberate choice, and he emphasized that Ghana would not tolerate such behavior.

Similarly, Yaw Adomako Baafi, a former Director of Communications for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), shared comparable sentiments. He expressed worry about the rapid proliferation of LGBTQ+ issues and called for prompt action. Baafi stressed the importance of addressing the matter objectively, without succumbing to propaganda and emotions.

The controversial LGBT bill, a private member’s bill presented to Speaker Alban Bagbin on June 29, 2021, is spearheaded by eight MPs. The proponents aim to criminalize the promotion, advocacy, funding, and acts of homosexuality in the country.

 

 

 

 

Source: MyNewsGh.com

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