I Am Not Satisfied With Akufo-Addo’s Stance On LGBTQ+ – Baba Jamal

Former Member of Parliament for Akwatia and Deputy Minister-Designate for Local and Rural Development, Ahmed Mohammed Baba Jamal, says he is not satisfied with the president’s position on the LGBTQ+.

According to him, the president has not addressed the ongoing brouhaha enough to please Ghanaians concerning the legalization of the LGBTQ+ act.

He said that, “It is this same president who went to say somewhere that it is bound to happen so if this same person keeps reiterating that it will not happen under watch, then I do not know what it is.

Wherever he goes, he clings to the same thing. When he went to Kumasi, he said it again; No!”

He added that “what actions is he setting up even for the future in case he is not around.

That is what we want to hear. Why won’t he initiate policies that will ban the advocacy of LGBTQ+? That is what we want to hear Baba Jamal indicated.

The former Member of Parliament for Akwatia Constituency, further stressed that “the banning of the act is the first step to take to prevent it from becoming popular. So if the president claims, he will not allow the act, he should take a swift step to have a law that bans the LGBTQ+ act. Not only those practicing but as well to announcing it. If we cannot announce armed robbery on radio, why should we allow a gay to sit on radio?” He quizzed.

Baba Jamal specified that he was not content with the president’s stance.

He entreated all radio stations and every form of media to also help ban the support and the spread of the LGBTQ+ act.

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