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“Who Will Marry the Pretty women in Ghana if we allow LGBTQ?” ­– Dormaahene, Osagyefo Agyemang Badu II

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“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 LGBTQ, 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.

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