Kasoa Police arrest suspected gays after bloody disagreement



Police at Kasoa New Market in the Central Region have today (October 14, 2021) captured two young fellows suspected to be gay people, as per different media sources including Adom TV and Metro News.


The two, whose names were given as Prince Nyator, 22 years and Evans Amoah, 23 years were gotten after the proprietor of a café they worked at announced them to the police.


A Metro TV journalist in the Central Region affirmed that they were accounted for after a wicked conflict resulted between them.

The conflict left Nyator with blade wounds purportedly caused by a gathering shrunk by Evans in light of the fact that Nyator had would not proceed with their affectionate relationship.

The report said it was Evans who figured out how to persuade Nyator to go along with him in Kasoa from the Volta Region in the wake of getting him a task and convenience. They met by means of online media.


The Metro TV journalist affirmed that the two had not experienced any assaults and stayed in Police care.

The advancement comes all at once the issue of same-sex freedoms is overwhelming the public talk as Parliament readies to discuss an enemy of LGBTQ+ Bill started through a Private Members’ Bill.

The Bill, known as, the Promotion of Proper Sexual Rights and Protection of Ghanaian Values Bill 2021 has passed the primary perusing and consequently alluded to the important Committee.

Parliament has got updates contending for and against the Bill and is relied upon to discuss it when the house reconvenes not long from now.

The eight MPs who supported the Bill are Sam Nartey George (MP, Ningo Prampram), Emmanuel Bedzrah (MP, Ho West) Della Adjoa Sowah (MP, Kpando), John Ntim Fordjour (MP, Assin South) – the sole NPP MP supporting the Bill.

The excess patrons are Alhassan Sayibu Suhuyini (MP, Tamale North), Helen Adjoa Ntoso (MP, Krachi West), Rita Naa Odoley Sowah (MP, La Dadekotopon) and Rockson-Nelson Dafeamekpor (MP, South Dayi).

Ghana’s supportive of gay group

A gathering of 18 academicians and common liberties protectors have voiced solid resistance to the bill before Parliament, which is trying to broadly condemn the exercises of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, LGBTQ+.

The gathering presented an update to Parliament seeking that the bill be dismissed in light of the fact that it was generally unlawful and encroached on essential basic liberties.

Individuals of Parliament behind the bill, driven by Ningo Prampram MP Sam Nartey George, have rubbished the update and affirmed that the bill will be passed into law since it has the help of the more extensive Ghanaian people.

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