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LGBTQI+ Bill: Proselytize Them, Don’t Chastise Them – Ofori Atta To Parliament

Discussion on the LGBTQI+ Bill is accepting an alternate aspect as the disparate perspectives and conclusions continue to sneak in with the bill still under a microscope in the House of Parliament.

The most recent high profile Ghanaian to add to the discussion is the Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Atta who rather accepts that individuals who take part in LGBTQI ought to be proselytized and get them atoned as opposed to coming out with a law to condemn them.

Speaking on Metro TV with Paul Adom Okyere, he says the issue is very mind-boggling and more strict and that all people as he accepts are brought into the world in the picture of God and in this manner the nation should observe suitable means to move those individuals to avoid the LGBTQI since it is a transgression as he would see it.

Mr. Ken Ofori Atta says any individual who has been to Senior High School in this country before will verify the way that the LGBTQI has been in existent for days of yore and the nation can’t imagine that it is another conduct that has tracked down its direction into the general public.

The mild-mannered Minister says it won’t be vital for them to be condemned. He found out if such individuals who might be captured will be put in similar jails as different detainees who may not be indicted for participating in LGBTQI.

Source: Priscilla Fordjour

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