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LGBTQ+ Bill: Advocates for Christ Ghana presents scientific memo to parliament

LGBTQ+ Bill: Advocates for Christ Ghana presents scientific memo to parliament

Civil Society Organisation Christ Ghana has presented scientific memorandum to parliament in support of Proper Human rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill.

Speaking at press conference in Accra on Friday 8 October 2021, Chairman of
Advocates for Christ Ghana Edem Senanu said “The submission of memo is grounded in law. Government has the responsibility to provide an avenue for citizens to participate in decision such as this”.

“The real question is what is the ideal aspiration of Ghanaians towards LGBTQ+ ? Social status and culture affect and determine the kind of the law the people want to be passed to govern them”, Senanu noted.

“Good laws emanates from the culture, ideals and aspiration of the people that laws is seeking to govern”.

After studying 500 million people in the world, researchers concluded that “LGBTQ+ people can’t claim that they were born homosexual. It’s their own choices and preferences”.

” There is no genetic basis for homosexual tendencies”, Senanu stated.

Source: africaneditors.com

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