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Ghana: Declare Your Stance on LGBTQ+ Before Seeking Political Office in 2024 – Dormaahene Proposes

The Dormaahene, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Dr Agyemang Badu II, has proposed that all who intend to seek election to any political office during the 2024 general election should be made to declare their stance on the controversial LGBTQI+ phenomenon.

Such a declaration, he contended, would help the electorate better determine who was fit enough to be voted into office.

“Those seeking political office during the 2024 elections should be made to declare their stance on LGBTQI+ to enable the electorate make informed choices on who is fit enough to be voted into office,” Osagyefo Dr Badu declared.

He urged President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to speak more clearly on the taboo subject and to reaffirm the citizenry position that lesbian and gay marriages were an abomination to Ghanaian norms, values, customs, tradition and practices.

Speaking to the chiefs and people of Dormaa during a clean-up exercise in Dormaa Ahenkro, the Dormaahene, who doubles as the President of the Bono Regional House of Chiefs, reiterated that Ghanaians would never accept same-sex marriage and sponsors of such an abomination needed to be told that in plain language.

“We will never accept same-sex marriage in our country and sponsors of such abomination need to be told in plain language such marriage were against Ghanaian values, norms, customs and practices,” Osagyefo Dr Badu warned.

He maintained that the practice would never be accepted, and sponsors of such an abomination would like to use money to influence citizens to accept LGBTQI+ to keep their money because Ghanaians would not accept such influence.