Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, the Deputy Minister of Education, has claimed the government will not submit to any form of pressure to get Ghanaian society to embrace the obnoxious, vulgar sexual perversion being promoted by any group as human rights issues.
The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill’s supporters, despite threats from investors and LGBTQ+ advocates, are steadfastly committed to upholding the dignity and sanctity of Ghanaian values and culture, according to the Deputy Minister of Education.
Rev. Fordjour expressed his hope that all members of parliament, along with the Speaker, will unanimously pass the bill into law to safeguard this nation’s future generation from extinction, after he commissioned a library complex built by philanthropist Samuel Bekoe for the residents of Sakyiama close to Adeiso.
Moreover, he said that everyone needs to be resolute about LGBTQ+ and the issues that are present. He underlined that this is about safeguarding the next generation and pointed out that everyone in Ghana is present due to the procreation by their ancestors.
“That a man will marry a woman and a woman will marry a man, and that is why they gave birth to us and why we are giving birth. And our grandchildren are expected to also reproduce.
“It is an early attempt to put pressure on our society to accept the infiltration of the obnoxious, obscene sexual perversion tendencies that people ascribe as human rights. These are not human rights, so they need help, and we are willing to help them.”Rev. John Ntim Fordjour
In addition to thanking Mr. Bekoe for providing the library facility for pupils in the underprivileged neighborhood, Rev. Fordjour urged Ghanaians to boycott any candidate who would politicize the Free Senior High School (FSHS) program and the nation’s educational system.
Mr. Bekoe advised the community to make the most of the facility to advance their reading skills, noting the facility’s significance for the education of youngsters in the underprivileged neighborhood.
“The importance of a library in any community cannot be overstated, and I urge the students to take advantage of the library for their endeavors.”Philanthropist Samuel Bekoe
Salam Mustapha Doffs Hat To All MPs
Salam Mustapha, the National Youth Organizer for the NPP, applauded lawmakers for passing the anti-LGBTQ+ measure that was introduced on July 5th.
The bill was approved by all 275 MPs, and it is now awaiting the last step before becoming law. When it goes into force, it will protect traditional family values in Ghana and forbid any form of homosexual activity.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and other homosexual identities will be considered crimes under the proposed legislation, and violators might get a jail sentence, a fine, or both.
The NPP Youth Organizer encouraged the MPs to see the bill through since he was delighted that none of them had openly voiced opposition.
“The West, they have done their worst already. Now, they should leave us alone to determine our fate, our culture and the way we want our society to run…We should support the bill. We should dictate our own pace, as far as socio-economic religious development is concerned.”Salam Mustapha
He stated that it is past time for Ghana to take a stand for its morals and administer its society in a way that honors the Ghanaian family values. Additionally, he absurdly pledged to help the MPs with bags of cement in order to persuade them to pass the law.
“We doff our hat to the MPs, we are solidly behind them. We give them our morale support and 10,000 bags of cement. They should carry on!”, he hollered.