Anti-gay bill : Tell foreign missions we’ll reciprocate if visa is used as weapon – Ablakwa to Ayorkor Botchwey


Member from Parliament for North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has asked Foreign Illicit relationships Minister, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey to serve notice to the strategic local area that in the event that they use visa contemplations to impact choices of officials in Ghana, that equivalent rule will likewise be applied to them.


Mr Ablakwa depicted the arrangement to utilize visa contemplations as weapon as foolish and provocative way.


“It is crude, an unmitigated insult and grave attack on our power for any nation to utilize visa contemplations as a weapon to impact the choice of appropriately chose administrators.

“Our unfamiliar service should immediately serve notice that the guideline of correspondence will apply to any country that leaves on this foolish and provocative way,” he said in a tweet on Friday October 14.

His partner MP for Asawase Alhaji Mohammed Muntaka has let the political local area know that the MPs won’t be scared and undermined in regards to the counter LGBTQ bill forthcoming before the house.


He clarified “it’s against the constitution of Ghana for any individual from parliament to be rebuffed for offering their viewpoint on public issues in the place of parliament. Thus, hence, no consulate can rebuff any MP in this nation to grovel to their desire”.

He showed that his side of the not really settled to guarantee the bill is passed to maintain Ghana’s customary standards and moralities in light of a legitimate concern for most of Ghanaians.

“With the best regard to our President, Nana Akufo-Addo, his assertion on Aljazeera was grievous. In case he was strong like President Mills and John Dramani Mahama by telling the world that Ghana won’t ever acknowledge LGBTQ+ exercises they wouldn’t do the disastrous supports we are finding in the nation of late,” he told Kumasi-based Abusua FM.

The disputable enemy of gay bill which is right now before parliament has as of now isolated assessment in the Ghanaian public talk.

While a few, especially the strict and customary groupings, have upheld the Bill and confident of its passing, others say it could cause the anger of the worldwide local area against Ghana.

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