Deepthroat Source Reveals Secret Agenda Of LGBTQI Group In Ghana

Celebrated radio personality, Blessed Godsbrain Smart, known on radio as Captain Smart, has made shocking revelations about the clandestine agenda by the homos3xual community that has staged camp in Ghana.

According to him, a deepthroat source has made it known to him that the homos3xual community intends to win 35 seats in the house of parliament, for the purpose of advancing the Gay Rights agenda in the country.

He pointed out that the group did not care much about who became President or not, rather they were much interested in winning several seats in parliament to achieve their goals.

He said “I must tell you that homosexuals are targeting just thirty-five seats in Parliament. Currently, they have nine members who are just advocates for gay rights but are not involved in the act.

However, there are three people who are involved in the act which includes one woman and two men.” There have been debates on various social platforms on whether homos3xuality should be legalized in Ghana or not.

This was after there was news that the LGBT advocates have opened an office to address the needs of their members in the country.

In a related development, the Catholic Bishops Conference has charged President Akufo-Addo to shut down the newly opened officer for Lesbians, Gay Bis3xual, and Transgender (LGBT) people in Accra.

The Bishops have urged the President to remain resolute and not give in to external pressure to accept the practice of homos3xuality in the country.

In a statement signed by the President of the Catholic Bishops Conference, Most Rev. Philip Naameh said that even though they frown on the advocacy and legalization of LGBT, they were against physical attacks on LGBT people.

“We also call on the Government of Ghana to close down the LGBTQI office space that was recently opened in Accra, Meanwhile, a Human Rights lawyer Joyce Opoku Boateng has said it will be illegal to invade and close down the office of LGBT people in Accra.

 

 

By: Edwin Abanga

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