Shut down newly outdoored LGBT+ offices in Accra – Foh-Amoaning.


The Executive Secretary of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning has revealed that there are some big personalities in Ghana that have taken monies to support the LGBT+ Community agenda.

According to the lawyer, there are some top public figures who are working under the European Union and other international bodies to push the LGBT+ Community agenda and his outfit is close to out dooring these people soon by publishing their names.

Speaking in an interview with Accra based Okay FM, lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning said he has about 8 journalists, 12 former ministers and MPs, lawyers and some judges who have all gotten their signatures under the cards of the LGBT+ Community even though it’s illegal

He warned that his organisation will with all its effort, fight against the LGBT+ Community which is currently gaining roots in the country.

This follows the publication made on the official Facebook page of the European Union in Ghana reiterating their support for the LGBT+ community.

It will be recalled that on January 31, 2021, the LGBT+ rights Ghana, a movement at the forefront of championing the rights of all LGBTQIA persons in Ghana, hosted a fundraiser to officially introduce and promote its community space and to open its doors to members of the LGBT+ community and its allies.

The event was graced by Community members and Allies such as representatives from various Human rights Organizations such as ISDAO, Humanists International and members of the Diplomatic Corps such as the High Commissioner of Australia to Ghana, the Danish Ambassador and the Ambassador of the EU to Ghana.

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There was also a musical performance by Wanlov the Kubolor and Emerging Artiste, Beryl.

Then on February 11, 2021, lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning called on the government to shut down the newly outdoored LGBT+ office in Accra.

He has been on several platforms on radio calling for the arrest and prosecution of all those involved claiming that it is against the law to have an LGBT+ group established here in Ghana and that it is unconstitutional.

He has also called for gay conversion therapy to be introduced in Ghana.

Question: What do you think about this call to ban the LGBT+ Community in Ghana? Let’s share your thoughts.

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