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Signing anti-gay bill: ‘All Africans watching Akufo-Addo’ –Dr. Amoah

Signing anti-gay bill: ‘All Africans watching Akufo-Addo’ –Dr. Amoah

The $3.8 billion debt, when divided among a population of 32 million, averages out to less than $120 per person.Businessman and entrepreneur Dr. Kofi Amoah, also known as Citizen Kofi, believes that regardless of LGBTQ rights, Ghana should not be controlled by external influences that dictate our actions, thoughts, or speech.

Dr. Amoah calls for courageous and wise leaders who prioritize the country’s autonomy over financial gain. He emphasizes the wealth of Africa and Ghana’s natural resources, highlighting the need for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to demonstrate national pride and confidence in the face of international pressure.

The issue at hand, according to Dr. Amoah, extends beyond LGBTQ rights and challenges Ghana’s dignity and sovereignty on the global stage. The decision-making process surrounding this bill will shape Ghana’s reputation for years to come, urging leaders to act judiciously and uphold the nation’s values.

The Catholic Bishops Conference also adds pressure on the government, warning of potential electoral consequences for the NPP if President Akufo-Addo fails to sign the bill into law. The conservative forces supporting the bill remain steadfast in their beliefs, prioritizing traditional values over economic concerns and threatening to influence voters against the NPP.

As President Akufo-Addo’s administration navigates this delicate situation, the Bishops Conference stands firm in their stance against LGBTQ activities and reiterates the political ramifications for the NPP in upcoming elections. The discussion surrounding the bill’s signing reflects a crucial moment for Ghana and Africa, with the world watching for leadership and moral guidance on this contentious issue.

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