Anti-LGBTQ+ Bill: Stop The Name-calling And Hatred For Akoto Ampaw & Co – Kwesi Pratt


Overseeing Editor of the Insight paper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr., has called for open and target conversations and examination of the proposed bill against LGBTQ+ exercises in Ghana.


He is asking individuals to talk about the issues without enthusiasm and outrage.


The counter LGBTQ+ bill called Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill has been gone against by a gathering of scholastics, legal counselors, Civil Society Organizations and Professors as they contend it’s an encroachment on basic common freedoms cherished in the 1992 Constitution.

The gathering containing legal counselor Akoto Ampaw; creator, researcher and previous Director of the UN Economic Commission for Africa; the Dean of the University of Ghana (Legon) School of Law, Prof. Raymond Atuguba; the Dean of the University of Ghana School of Information and Communication Studies, Prof. Audrey Gadzekpo and the previous Chief Executive Officer of past Ghana at fifty Secretariat, Dr Charles Wereko Brobbey among others have demonstrated they will not permit the bill to be passed into law in light of the fact that specific segments of it infract the basic freedom arrangements in the constitution.

Be that as it may, Ningo-Prampram Member of Parliament, Sam George and a large group of NDC Parliamentarians along with one Parliamentarian having a place with the decision New Patriotic Party (NPP) are unequivocally pushing for the bill.


The contradicting bunch has additionally gone under serious reactions with some Ghanaians indicating they are gay people or acquiring monetarily from it, consequently the explanation they don’t need the bill to be sanctioned.

In any case, Kwesi Pratt has beseeched Ghanaians to impartially pay attention to both the defenders and opposers of the bill.

Talking on Peace FM’s ”Kokrokoo”, he contended that those against the bill are no standard individuals yet rather very much read, knowledgeable educated people whose commitments should be managed with most extreme significance.

“We should listen carefully to every one of them and discover ways that we will sanction laws that will achieve Ghana’s turn of events, that we will establish laws that will not encroach on any individual’s privileges, that we will make laws that will not break our constitution; that is the assignment before us. Not the ridiculing, not the enthusiasm, not the contempt, etc!”, he expressed.

Become a Sponsor

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *