- A report by ACILA has disclosed that Ghanaians prefer unemployment and galamsey to homosexuality
- Various statistics were provided with regard to how Ghanaians perceive homosexuals
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a report that claims that a substantial number of Ghanaians will choose rape, unemployment and illegal mining to homosexuality.
The study, which was conducted by the Africa Centre for International Law and Accountability (ACILA), revealed that about 60% of Ghanaians “strongly disagree” or “disagree” homosexuals deserve equal treatment as heterosexuals.
It also indicated that 80% of Ghanaians “very uncomfortable” or “uncomfortable” associating themselves with homosexual.
According to the survey, about 67% will receive emergency medical treatment from a nurse or doctor they perceive to be a homosexual.
It again revealed that 30% cent of Christians, 40% of Moslems and 50% of Traditionalists will not receive emergency medical treatment from a nurse or medical doctor who is perceived as a homosexual.
It added that forty-four per cent of Ghanaians who are between 51 and 61 years will not receive emergency medical treatment from a nurse or medical doctor who is perceived as homosexuals.
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