Anti-gay bill great, severe punishment in draft bill apt- Fulanis
The Tabital Pulaaku International Chapter of the Fulanis in Ghana has thrown their weight behind the counter gay bill as of now before parliament.
They have called for serious discipline for wrongdoers.
The General Secretary of Tabital Pulaaku International, Yakubu Musah Barry spread the word about this in Bongo in the Upper East Region during the enskinment of the Head of Fulani herders in Upper East Region.
As Ghana’s parliament is yet to pass a bill to condemn the exercises of LGBTQ+, the administration of Tabital Pulaaku global Ghana Chapter, an umbrella body of all Fulanis in Ghana has likewise joined the numerous associations and people who upholds the LGBTQ + bill on many reasons like everlasting status, strict and social convictions .
As per the Fulani group, through their overall secretary, Yakubu Musah Barry said Islam restricts this demonstration and isn’t the making of Allah and consequently, they, as Fulanis inhabitants in Ghana won’t permit the exercises of LGBTQ + to exist.
The delegate of the Bongo Paramount Chief, Naba Baba Salifu Alemyaruum, said, custom and social practice in the space doesn’t permit same sex or even individuals taking part in sexual exercises with creatures. He has additionally for the benefit of the Bongo conventional chamber upholds the bill and requires the prompt section of the bill into law.
“The Bongo Traditional Council is additionally supporting the LGBTQ+ bill to guarantee mental soundness and keep away from indecency in the general public. We as conventional committee need to ask parliament to quick track the entry of the bill to save our childhood from submitting detestable demonstrations,” he said.
Another Head of Fulani heards men in the Upper East Region brought in Fulani language as Ruuga was introduced to lead and guide Fulanis in the district for flourishing and advancement.
The new boss is relied upon to help sharpened Fulani youth on wrongdoing and furthermore assist with resolving the issues of Fulanis being misled and criticize by state specialists and others.
The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill was laid in the House on Monday, August 2 and read interestingly.
Perusing interestingly, the lawmakers expressed that the Bill banishes lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transsexual, eccentric and intersex (LGBTQI) and other related exercises and purposeful publicity or support and advancement for same.
It likewise became exposed that it upholds security for youngsters and people who are casualties or blamed for homosexuality.
Second Deputy Speaker Andrew Asiamah Amoako alluded the Bill to the Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Committee for thought.
“Interestingly, it is alluded to the Committee on Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs for thought and report,” Mr Asiamah Amoako, who is likewise the MP for Fomena, coordinated.
The Chairman of the Pentecost Church, Apostle Eric Nyamekye has asked President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to battle Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, Intersex (LGBTQI+) before he leaves office.
He said in spite of the fact that Mr Akufo-Addo has expressed completely that gayism and lesbianism won’t be authorized under his supervision, the President should start to go to lengths to stop the gayism development that has begun in the country before he leaves office.
“The congregation of Pentecost is 10.38 percent of the Ghanaian populace and we are against this LGBTQI+.
“Our anxiety isn’t about today, it is about what’s to come. Today when we let in this LGBTI what will happen is that we will acknowledge same sex marriage which the president says it is never going to occur at his watch.
“Yet, in the event that he permits LGBTQI to begin, the facts really confirm that it is never going to occur at his watch yet, when it gets to same sex marriage the president won’t be the leader of the country. I concur with him yet he should stop this, he should close the entryways at where it is important and we are saying that he should close it now.
“This development is an affront to God the animal, you are simply let God know that he didn’t think enough,” he told writers on Wednesday October 6.
The Church of Pentecost on Wednesday introduced a notice to parliament on the side of the means taken to pass the counter gay bill which is presently before the council.
The notice was introduced to the legislators on Wednesday October 6. The ministers were gotten by Sam George.
In the interim, Former Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations Baba Jamal has described the interlectuals battling the counter gay bill trying to condemn homosexuality in Ghana led by Akoto Ampaw, Prof. Gyimah Boadi, Dr. Yao Graham, Prof. Audrey Gadzekpo, Prof. H. Kwesi Prempeh, Prof Raymond Atuguba, Prof. Kwame Karikari, Prof. Emerita Takyiwa, Dr. Kojo Asante as the present-day-pharasees who were against Jesus Christ however the fight will be won. The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill 2021 will be passed into law”.
Below are the intellectuals defending gay rights in Ghana and are fighting the anti-gay bill seeking to criminalise homosexuality in Ghana:
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