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Journalists’ Against LGBTQI+ To MPs: Be Guided By Our Moral, Cultural Values

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Journalists Against LGBTQI+ have called on the members of the House of Legislature to carefully scrutinise the anti-gay bill laid before Parliament.

“We write to urge Members of Parliament (MPs) on to scrutinise the Bill on the Promotion of Proper Sexual Human Rights and Family Values to be laid before it today,” the group said in a statement issued and signed by its convener Isaac Boamah Darko.

“As a group seeking for the Bill to be passed into law to criminalise the practice of such babarious, inhumane and ungodly act, we would like to urge our noble parliamentarians on to be guided by our moral and cultural values,” the group noted.

Making reference to Uganda’s passing of the anti-gay bill recently, it called on Ghanaian “parliamentarians to take a cue from Uganda and be inspired to give strong support for the passage of the Bill,” in the country.

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They commended the Speaker of Parliament, Rt Hon Alban Bagbin, for “following through to commence discussion on the Bill and recommend his utmost focus to avoid being influenced by the Westerners who may want to divert his attention.”

 

Read the full statement below:

 

JOURNALISTS’ AGAINST LESBIANS, GAYS, BISEXUAL,TRANSGENDER, QUEER AND INTERSEX (LGBTQI+) ON ANTI-LGBTQ+ BILL IN PARLIAMENT
Journalists’ Against LGBTQI+ write to urge Members of Parliament (MPs) on to scrutinize the Bill on the Promotion of Proper Sexual Human Rights and Family Values to be laid before it today.
As a group seeking for the Bill to be passed into law to criminalize the practice of such babarious, inhumane and ungodly act, we would like to urge our noble parliamentarians on to be guided by our moral and cultural values.
Additionally, we have received good news from the rooftop of our neighbouring African counterpart, Uganda that she has successfully passed her anti-gay bill and seek to sanction a jail term of up to 20 years for anyone who is involved in the dastardly act.
We would like to call on our parliamentarians to take a cue from Uganda and be inspired to give strong support for the passage of the Bill.
We commend the Right Honourable Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin for following through to commence discussion on the Bill and recommend his utmost focus to avoid being influenced by the Westerners who may want to divert his attention.
In the meantime, we would remain in our seats and monitor closely happenings from the law-making body and hope for a positive outcome.
Thank you.
Signed.
Isaac Boamah Darko
Convenor
0244916571

 

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