Parliament is working on law to stop LGBTQI in Ghana – Speaker Alban Bagbin

Ghana’s Speaker of parliament Alban Sumana Bagbin has assured Ghanaians that parliament is taking steps to stop activities of LGBTQI. According to him, very urgent actions are being taken to make clear laws against LGBTQI activities in the country.

The debate of the legalization of LGBTQI rights sparked public uproar after Ghana police raided and closed down their office in Accra, Tesano. There have been mixed reactions to this issue as many LGBTQI activists in the country and around the world expressed their concerns of the development, emphasising the need to protect all minority groups including the LGBTQ community.

Releasing

a statement, Speaker of parliament of Ghana ensured Ghanaians that, parliament is taking appropriate steps to prevent activities of LGBTQI community in the country

Answering questions in this regard weeks ago, the speaker revealed how he’s not in support of lgbtq community, noting its negative effects on society and an act which Ghana’s norms frowns upon and moreover, our cultural beliefs and heritage does not support it. He revealed. We’re follow this story and will keep you informed.

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