HYPOTHETICAL ADVOCACY_ INTRODUCE YOUR CHILDREN TO LGBTQ+ PRACTIONERS_ CLERGY REPLIES PROF. AUDERY GADZEKPO


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Rev. Emmanuel Boachie COUNTRY DIRECTOR of Awsome Bible College and HEADPASTOR of Souls’ Pasture Church_ Kumasi Asuofua-ACHIASE.

The man of God Challenges the statement,
‘Reject anti-LGBTQ+ Bill – Prof Gadzekpo tells Akufo-Addo’.

If you are honest tell us how many of your children, relatives and loved ones, who are homosexesuals. You are engaging in a hypothetical battle!

Can she pray to God to grant her sons male spouses and daughters female spouses?

Seeing is believing, set the practical example for us to emulate, else, you are carmeleonic!

Responding the Article below’.

Board Chair of the Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana), Professor Audrey Gadzekpo, has called on President Akufo-Addo to reject the Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values bill.

Prof. Gadzekpo argued that the bill undermines fundamental human rights protected by the Constitution, including the rights to dignity, freedom of speech and association, procession participation, academic freedom, equality, and non-discrimination.

Speaking at a press conference focused on human rights and a rights-based approach to supporting sexual minorities in Ghana, Prof. Gadzekpo emphasized that upholding rights and freedoms is crucial to constitutional democracy.


She warned that altering these rights could jeopardize Ghana’s democratic principles, highlighting the significance of the issue for all citizens.


“Once our pillars of democracy rest to prevent the tyranny of the majority, depending on where we find ourselves, and on any given issue, we can all experience the feeling of being minorities. The rights guarantee in the constitution is therefore our only protector from majoritarian tyranny.

“Human rights are not dependent on majority approval or disapproval, therefore the assertion by the proponents of the Anti-LGBTQ+ Bill that because the majority of Ghanaians are allegedly in favour of the bill, justifies its passage into laws is untenable. Ghana is a secular and multi-religious country.

byChristopher Kevin Asima February 27, 2024 Reading Time: 1 min read.

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