- The Christian Council of Ghana has declared their stance on the LGBTQ activities
- According to the council, LGBTQI is a disease
- They added that those who are calling for it to be legalised should be made to undergo certain counseling and deliverance
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The Christian Council of Ghana has been against the recent activities of the LGBTQI since they commissioned a resource centre in Accra.
They maintained that as Christians, they are very resolute in their stance on the matter.
According to the council, LGBTQI is a disease and those who are calling for it to be legalised must undergo certain counseling and deliverance.
This the council stated would go a long way to salvage the situation created by the LGBTQI community.
Several calls have been directed at President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for immediate closure of the office as the movement is considered alien to the country’s culture, norms and laws.
The LGBTQI groups are calling on Ghanaians to bestow on them the generic love society has for all especially minority and vulnerable groups.
A video has emerged as police officers of the Ghana Police Service have moved to close down the office operated by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexuals, Transgender, and Queer Individuals (LGBTQI) in Kwabenya.
The landlord had said the occupants were no longer using the office for the original purpose of which they rented it.
In another report, YEN.com.gh also reported that the National Security has raided the administrative office of LGBT+ Rights Ghana in Tesano in Accra to shut down the office which was opened in February 2021.
In a post on social media, LGBT+ Rights Ghana disclosed its members no longer have access to a safe space as their lives are being threatened.
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