Goasomanhene charges 18 Lawyers challenging anti-LGBTQ bill to showcase their partners
The Omanhene of Goaso, Nana Kwasi Bosompra l says the anti-LGBTQI is a taboo and no Chief will tolerate it on his land.
The Omanhene of Goaso Traditional Council in Ahafo Region, Nana Kwasi Bosompra l, has charged the 18-Member prominent legal, academia and Civic Society professionals challenging the passage of Anti-Gay legislation submitted to parliament to show Ghanaians their partners.
The memo, which was signed by the likes of Professor Kofi Gyimah-Boadi, Dr Rose Kutin-Mensah, Professor H. Kwasi Prempeh, Professor Audrey Gadzekpo, Professor Kwame KariKari, Akoto Ampaw, and Professor Raymond Atuguba, was in response to Parliament’s call for written memos on the anti-LGBTQI Bill.
But the Omanhene of Goaso, Nana Kwasi Bosompra l, has expressed that the 18 Ghanaians have no right to challenge the passage of the bill in parliament.
Nana Kwasi Bosompra l, said "it's taboo to practice LGBTQ+ in our land, no Chief will tolerate this in his land and it's can't be imposed on us."
He also urged the Member of Parliament for Asunafo North, Hon Evans Opoku Bobie to come and embark on a tour to chiefs, churches, mosques among others who voted for him of the decision.
Sulley Dramani, Ahafo Region