A pastor has charged his church to throw their support behind the criminalization of LGBTQ in Ghana.
According to him, “women are very sweet” thus it is absurd on the part of any man or woman to decide to be gay or lesbian.
The conversation about the passing of the Anti-LGBTQ Bill in Ghana which criminalizes the activity has become topical in recent days.
A recent interview Sam George had with CNN has aroused the interest of the citizenry in the topic. While the church and other faith-based organizations push so hard for the passing of the Bill, other Ghanaians feel the rights of all must be protected.
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Preaching to his church, the pastor tied his sermon into the LGBTQ conversation. He stressed ton the fact that women are sweet because they have been well endowed by God to serve as the primary source of pleasure to men. So, he felt it was not right for any man to abandon the sweet fruit of the woman to go eat the hard unripe sour ‘fruit’ of a fellow man.
He subsequently spoke in the Ga dialect to drive home the imports of his message to the church and to urge them to see the need for the passing of the Anti-LGBTQ Bill. He also congratulated Sam George for his bravery in championing the passing of the Bill.
He spoke in the Video Below:
“Who will marry all the beautiful women in Ghana if we allow LGBTQ?” – Dormaahene, Osagyefo Agyemang Badu II
The Dormaahene, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu II feels sad for the state of beautiful Ghanaian women following the emergence of LGBTQ+.
According to him, who will marry all the beautiful women if we allow such a practice in the country?
It’s at the back of this that he’s threatening to storm Parliament with over 10,000 Ghanaians for the anti-LGBTQI+ Bill being pushed by some Members of Parliament to be passed into law.
According to the Dormaahene who is also a Justice of the High Court, the fight against LGBTQ+ in Ghana is a collective effort being championed by the Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Sam George.
“I feel saddened by what I heard yesterday. It is like some educated are now becoming backward thinkers. I heard some people are against the Anti LGBQT+ Bill. I want the Parliamentarians to listen and listen well.
It would not be good for all of us because I’ll storm Parliament with 10,000 people. I want Right Honourable Alban Sumana Bagbin, not him alone but Honourable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, Haruna Iddrisu. I want them to know that it’s not a few people that are supporting Sam George over the bill but Chiefs in this country are strongly behind Him.
“Pastors and majority of Ghanaians are against the LGBQT+, saying a man cannot marry man and woman cannot marry a woman because how can they give birth and multiply in the world. I would have allowed them to marry If I was Nana Akufo-Addo but with a condition that if they will be killed if they fail to give birth within a year,” he said.
As a reminder, the anti-LGBTQI+ bill seeks to criminalize the activities of homosexuals in Ghana, and even seeks to criminalize any form of advocacy in support of LGBTQI+.