Why NDC MPs are leading anti-LGBTQ+ Bill – K. T. Hammond explains



• Adansi Asokwa MP KT Hammond says the counter LGBTQ+ bill has the consistent help of MPs


• He asserts that all worries identified with it will be settled before it is passed


• He has clarified why NDC MPs are at the front line of supporting it

Kobina Tahir Hammond, Member of Parliament for Adansi Asokwa, has clarified why most patrons of the counter Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, LGBTQ+ Bill, are from the minority National Democratic Congress, NDC.

As per him, being in government implies that New Patriotic Party, NPP, administrators can’t conventionally to establish Private Members’ Bills.


He focused on that Parliament was on a basic level completely behind the bill in its present structure and that was not to say that it will be passed discount.

In the most natural sounding way for him, “we will tear up this bill, this is the thing that we generally do. I haven’t seen any bill in Parliament that has been passed discount.”

He said, the NDC MPs were as it should be, advertisers of the bill in light of their position excusing the point that NPP MPs are giving a pitiful obligation to the Bill.

KT Hammond was talking on the October 12, 2021 release of Accra-based Citi TV’s Face to Face program.

The eight MPs who supported the Private Members’ 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 leftover backers 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 favorable to gay group

A gathering of 18 academicians and common freedoms safeguards have voiced solid resistance to the bill before Parliament, which is looking to widely condemn the exercises of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, LGBTQ+.

The gathering presented a reminder to Parliament seeking that the bill be dismissed on the grounds that it was generally unlawful and encroached on essential basic freedoms.


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

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