Tema Residents Advocate “Say No To LGBTQI” In Ghana.
Tema Residents on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 recommended ‘Say no to LGBTQI’ in Ghana as the act is not part of the culture of Ghana.
In an interview with some of the Residence of Tema, they scored the security forces for closing down the LGBTQI office.
“We must intensify public education to ensure that they do not lure several other people to join the LGBTQI Community, which is against the laws, traditions and customs of the country,” Mr. Prince Ofori, a security personnel told the GNA.
Prince Ofori when speaking admitted that everyone in Ghana deserve to be treated well but the act of the LGBTQI is against the norms of the country and also the norms of Africa.
“No brother or sister of mine can decide to be gay, it is foolishness and not possible, but even if the person tries it, then maybe he or she will leave the family and go elsewhere to establish the gay family and with that it is up to him or her”. He spoke.
A trader named Madam Joyce Agbovi, said it was an abomination as the Ghanaian culture speaks against such an act.
She said, “times are hard in the country and LGBTQI is bad luck so things will not go on well, if they are allowed to operate freely, therefore the government should drive them out of their office and shut it down”.