Enjoyment of Tuesday, 2 March 2021
Resource: GistAfrica, Contributor
Celebrated Ghanaian Radio Character and Musician, Blakk Rasta has taken a powerful swipe at the president, Nana Akufo-Addo Dankwa Addo.
The host of “Taxi Driver” present on Accra-dependent Zylofon FM, has bemoaned the president’s choice to outrightly drop the notion of LGBTG in the country.
There has been prevalent discussion next the opening of an Accra office by the group in Ghana.
It has considering that induced the resurfacing of considerations more than functions of the local community with calls from a cross-section of Ghanaians which includes the Appropriate Human Sexual Legal rights and Family Values and the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) to have the group’s activities stopped.
Previously last 7 days, President Akufo-Addo gave the strongest indication nonetheless about his placement on lesbian, homosexual, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) pursuits in the country.
As much as the President is concerned, laws of very same-intercourse relationship to develop into lawful is not a make any difference he will ever take into consideration.
“I have claimed it before, and permit me stress it all over again, that it will not be less than the Presidency of Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo that same-sex relationship will be legal,” he explained Saturday.
He manufactured these remarks at the set up of the 2nd Archbishop of the Anglican Church held in Asante Mampong.
But in accordance to Blakk Rasta, Akufo-Addo is only becoming a hypocrite due to the fact those people belonging to the homosexual and lesbian groups are people and need to have their legal rights as the legislation calls for.
Hence, Blakk Rasta has in an job interview with Arnold Mensah monitored by GistAfrica, asked President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to end likely for financial loans and grants from LGBT people if he won’t legalize their act.
Meanwhile, Juliet Ibrahim, Sister Derby, Bridget Otoo, Kwabena Kwabena and a number of other famous people are strongly advocating for the legal rights of gays and lesbians in the country.