Moses Foh-Amoaning calls for closure of LGBTQI office in Ghana

Moses Foh-Amoaning calls for closure of LGBTQI office in Ghana

The National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values has communicated objection over a supposed opening of an office by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender and strange Intersex Rights (LGBTQI) development in Ghana.

The Coalition said the supposed presence of the workplace was illicit and an attack against the laws, conventions and customs of the country and should be closed down.

Mr Moses Foh-Amoaning, Executive Secretary of the Coalition, at a question and answer session, said the demonstration was discourtesy to Ghanaians and subverted the power of the State.

He clarified that Ghana as a nation had not marked any worldwide laws allowing the advancement of the LGBTQI in the nation and, accordingly, any endeavor by anyone to advance the exercises of the gathering added up to lawlessness.

Mr Foh-Amoaning noticed that despite what might be expected, worldwide laws, for example, the Economic, Cultural, Social and Political Rights of the United Nations arrangement, which the nation had approved, secured the power of Ghana to guard its social qualities.

He, thusly, blamed the global local area in Ghana for advancing a demonstration which, he said, was strange to the traditions and conventions of Ghanaians and encroached on the power of the state.

Mr Foh-Amoaning approached the Inspector General of Police and other security offices to quickly move in to shut down the said office and capture and indict people found to have penetrated the laws of the state.

He engaged Parliament to rapidly move and pass thorough enactment to manage the issue.

“We approach all state offices remembering Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), the Ghana AIDS Commission, the police, government officials and the media to find a way to shield our country from the negative effect of this LGBTQI,” Mr Foh-Amoaning, said.

Most Reverend Philip K. Naameh, President of the Catholic Bishops Conference portrayed the LGBTQI plan as a “total problem of the major law of God in making man and lady.”

The LGBTQI is an unmistakable takeoff from God’s motivation of creation on the grounds that the lady was not made to be an object of joy for man.

Most Reverend Philip K. Naameh

adding that the Catholic as a Church would just proceed to recongnise relationships between a man and a lady to guarantee that God’s motivation of creation emerged.

The Reverend Godwin Amuzu, a delegate from the Christian Council of Ghana, asked Ghanaians to stay unfaltering in keeping up the way of life and sacredness of the State as adherents to God.

The Reverend Johnny Apeakorang, who addressed the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches, said the Association would keep on delivering its help to the Coalition to guarantee that its objective was accomplished.

The Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values is a mixture of Christian and Para-Christian bodies, Muslims, Non-Religious elements, Traditional rulers and assessment pioneers in Ghana.

The Coalition pointed toward guaranteeing the protection of native African conventional and social sexual rights and family esteems.

It has been a solid backer against the LGBTQI development in Ghana since it’s initiation in December 2013.

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