I have no regrets, I will always celebrate February 22 as day I confessed being gay - Ignatius Annor

I have no regrets, I will always celebrate February 22 as day I confessed being gay - Ignatius Annor

- Ignatius Annor came out as a member the LGBTQI community

- He boldly came out as gay while speaking in an interview on Joy News on Monday, February 22, 2021

- Annor who had probably psyched his mind for any kind of backlash did not seem to care about what any one had to say

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Ignatius Annor has been in the news for coming out as an activist for the LGBTQI community and also a member.

His confession came as a surprise to many while it came as a clearance of doubt to those who long suspected his sexual orientation.

He came out a day on National TV in an interview on Joy News on Monday, February 22, 2021.

Annor said he initially denied he was gay it in the past for fear of losing his job and being stigmatized and attacked.

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His confession agitated a lot of Ghanaians as most of them could not accept that he is gay.

Annor who had probably psyched his mind for any kind of backlash did not seem to care about what any one had to say.

In an Instagram post sighted by Annor stated that the day he came out clean is a day he will never forget.

According to him, he would always remember February 22 as a celebratory day every year.

"On February 22, 2021, I came out openly as a black gay Television journalist. I have noted the date in my journal and it will be a celebratory day every year that God gifts me with life," he wrote.

His comments have drawn

osikanii_kaakyire seemed to be inspired by his post.

Awwwwn bless up my mentor for your motivation

nyashakmutizwa stated that he is proud of her.

Nice one friend! So proud of you

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In other news, 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 office was closed down by the Police on Wednesday, February 24, 2021.

According to a 3news report, the landlord had said the occupants were no longer using the office for the original purpose of which they rented it.

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