“I prefer to die than live and see homosexuality legalized in Ghana” – Speaker of Ghana Parliament says

The Speaker of the National Assembly of Ghana, Alban SK Bagbin, has said that he would rather die than witness the legalization of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Gay activities LGBTQ (LGBTQ) in Ghana.

The Speaker of the National Assembly announced this during a press gala in Tamale within the framework of the 30th Anniversary of the National Assembly of Ghana on the subject: “Thirty (30) Years of Parliamentary Democracy Under the Fourth Republic; Journey so far”.

“For all of you to participate in it, kick me out of Ghana because I would rather join my producer than live. That’s me, I’m a Catholic and I won’t do anything that can destroy the world because God says the world is eternal until He comes back, we can’t do that to destroy the world.” Bagbin said.

The speaker said indigenous populations in most European countries are being made extinct by the actions of gays and lesbians and the sooner Ghana stops their activities, the better for all.

“They have consequences in their own country and I can tell you that in the next 50 years, there will be no native Europeans in the world.”

He stressed that the anti-gay bill will be passed during his Presidency.

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Advancing Human Sexual Rights and the Ghanaian Family Values ​​Bill of 2021, commonly known as the Anti-LGBTQI+ Bill, are under consideration in the current Parliament.

The bill, currently under consideration by the Parliamentary Select Committee on Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, seeks to provide for Ghanaians’ human rights to sexuality and family values ​​while seeking to prohibit the activities of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and homosexual people. in Ghana.

A person found guilty could face up to 10 years in prison if the bill is passed.

The bill was proposed by about eight MPs from both Majority and Minority groups.

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