Ghana Marks UN International Day of Democracy Today
The Dean of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Prof Vladimir Antiw Danso challenged Europeans to champion the rights of homosexuals in the Arab countries.
The Dean of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Prof Vladimir Antiw Danso is warning European powers against imposing the rights of homosexuals on Ghana.
He cited an instance where he wanted to physically assault former UN Secretary-General, Ban ki-Moon for advocating the rights of homosexuals at a forum designed to address food insecurity in Africa.
The Dean also observed that he was incensed by the decision of the American embassy to hoist the flag of homosexuals in the midst of a massive campaign against the rights of LGBTQ+ persons.
Prof Antwi Danso challenged the Europeans to champion the rights of homosexuals in the Arab countries if they believe it is a human right issue.
He was speaking at an event to mark UN International Day of democracy on the theme of the role of state actors and civil societies in consolidating democracy human rights and peace
He also bemoaned the spate of coups experienced on the continent. A situation he blamed on the democracy deficit in Africa.
Ahenkorah Odura Mary, Accra