LGBTQ+ Bill: ‘We fully support it’-Anglican Church Ghana
Anglican Church of Ghana has said it is in full approval of the Promotion Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill and will push for the passage of it.
The congregation has along these lines said it will do anything inside its forces and order to guarantee the passage of the Bill.
It spread the word about this in an official statement endorsed by the Most Rev. Dr. Cyril Kobina Ben-Smith, the Metropolitan Archbishop on Friday, October 8, 2021.
As indicated by the congregation, the exercises of LGBTQI+ are “deceptive and corrupt”.
It added that it considers the to be as wicked in seeing God.
“We, the House of Bishops addressing the Anglican Church, Ghana (Internal Province of Ghana) have thrown our weight behind the counter gay (LGBTQI+) Bill right now before the House of Parliament, Ghana. Our help is a result of the conviction that LGBTQI+ “is unethical and profane”.
“We consider LGBTQI+ to be wickedness in seeing God, and along these lines will do anything inside our forces and order to guarantee that the bill comes into realization. We further express that, beside Christianity, the Ghanaian custom and culture don’t allow such demonstrations. This is about ethical quality today and that of things to come age yet unborn.”
Essentially, some Christian leaders have presented an update to Parliament on the Proper Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill.
The Church of Pentecost and its Chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, just as Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, President of the Apostolic Church, Ghana, were important for the designation that assembled 15,000 signatures to communicate solid help for the bill.
The reminder was introduced to Parliament’s Committee for Constitutional, Legal, and Parliamentary Affairs on Wednesday, October 6, 2021.
In the mean time, the Church of Pentecost has additionally promised to battle vivaciously against parliamentarians should they not make sure that the Bill is passed into law with prompt impact.
The Church accepts the Members of Parliament (MPs) owe Ghanaians the ethical obligation to pass laws in light of a legitimate concern for the greater part, consequently, the Proper Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill brought before the house should be treated with the desperation it merits.
With regards to the bill
A few individuals from Parliament introduced the bill to have a law passed to condemn LGBTQ+ exercises and backing.
The bill, named “The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill 2021,” has gotten wide open help, with a segment of the public denouncing it and portraying it as advancing disdain.
In the interim, Chairman of the Church of Pentecost Apostle Eric Nyamekye said “Gay right is an affront to God’s knowledge”. He gave a harsh admonitions to government officials that they risk losing power on the off chance that they support homosexuality in the next political decision. We’ll campaign against them.
Meanwhile, a group of 18 interlectuals in Ghana are battling the passage of the Bill into law.
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