I’m disappointed in 18 lawyers, profs defending LGBTQ+ -Dr. Lawrence Tetteh tackles Akoto Ampaw & Co
Famous International Evangelist, Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh says he is disappointed in 18 intellectuals who are against the passage of Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, 2021 to criminalise homosexuality- gayism,lesbianism and advocacy of the activities of LGBTQ+ community in Ghana.
18 Ghanaians led by Lawyer Akoto Ampaw including Dean of University of Ghana School Prof. Raymond Atuguba, Dean of University of Ghana School of Information and Communication Prof. Audrey Gadzekpo, Founder of Media Foundation of Africa Prof. Kwame Karikari, Founder of CDD-GHANA Prof. Gyimah Boadi, Founder of Third World Network Dr. Yao Graham, CDD-GHANA Executive Director Prof. H. Kwesi Prempeh, former Citi FM Journalist Nana Ama Agyeman Asante, Prof. Emerita Takyiwa and others haven been defending LGBTQ+ and have petitioned Parliament to reject the passage of the bill seeking make homosexuality criminal and punishable by law.
Below are the 18 professors, lawyers and academics supporting homosexuality-gayism and lesbianism in Ghana:
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh talking at the Tema Ghana News Agency Industrial Board Room Dialog stage said: “I’m disillusioned with our alleged 18 educators who are to teach us, however are fairly supporting the LGBTQI things”.
He said tragically the elites were somewhat utilizing dialects, for example, common freedoms issues to cover the issue, adding that “they are utilizing the basic liberty thing to take our psyches off the fundamental issues”.
Rev. Dr Lawrence Tetteh who is the Founding President of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach with its global central command situated in London, United Kingdom, noted that, “you should be a human prior to having human rights. Is it a right to sodomize individuals?”.
He stressed that probably the greatest slip-up, partners would do was to accept LGBTQ , saying Ghana doesn’t have the coordinations and assets to manage the impacts of such demonstrations.
Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh who is additionally a tele-evangelist, an altruist, a public speaker and the host of Miracle Touch TV program around the world, added that tolerant exercises of LGBTQ in Ghana would be a subverting of the nation’s way of life.
He said that similarly as the European standard was to wed one, so it was for Ghanaian culture to dismiss homosexuality and its connected local area.
“Homosexuality isn’t our way of life, it is additionally a revile, go to Teshie, Akotolante and a few pieces of Newtown and you will see the sort of illnesses certain individuals are experiencing a result of that,” he said.
He consequently urged the MPs to pass the bill into law, saying it would be coldhearted on their part to disregard the voices of individuals particularly when Christians, Muslims and Traditionalists were joined against gayism.
Francis Ameyibor, Tema Regional Manager of the Ghana News Agency, said the Tema GNA Industrial Board Room Dialog stage, was pointed toward setting out the required freedom for state, non-state, industry players and different partners to resolve effective public issues like street security.
Ameyibor said it was fundamental for the media to open their entryways for public conversation and guarantee that; “we should convey everybody along the talk, individuals in the commercial center, the rustic region, the networks and those educated or ignorant, we should not forget about anybody.
“As media, we should contact all segments of society independent of their status, everybody’s voice or assessment matter in the public discussion for public turn of events”.
Ameyibor said taking into account this turn of events and aware of not abandoning anybody, the Tema Ghana News Agency Regional Office have made three significant leader news stage to serve the general population through fair-minded dispersal of honest, authentic, exact, and balance news.
The three lead news platforms are: “Month to month Stakeholder Engagement and Worker’s Appreciation Day” class; “Week after week GNA-Tema and Tema Motor Transport and Traffic Department Road Safety Campaign”; and “Week by week Tema GNA Industrial Board Room Dialog” stage.
Meanwhile, former Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations Baba Jamal said the 18 professors, lawyers and academics opposed to anti-LGBTQ+ bill are the present day Pharasees who were against Jesus in the Bible.
Similarly, the Christian churches including The Church of Pentecost led by Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Anglican Church of Ghana, Methodist, Catholic Bishops Conference, Advocacy for Christ Ghana and others have petitioned parliament pass the anti-LGBTQ Bill into law to criminalise homosexuality in Ghana.
“Gay right is an insult to God’s intelligence”, Apostle Nyamekye told MPs.
According to the Church of Pentecost Chairman Apostle Nyamekye, the Christian community in Ghana will campaign against every politician, MP and/or government that approve homosexuality-gayism and lesbianism in Ghana.
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