Pentecost Head Insists Gays Are Sick And Need Spiritual Help

Pentecost Head Insists Gays Are Sick And Need Spiritual Help

There has been a huge opposition by the Church of Pentecost against the advocacy of same-sex marriage in Ghana as Chairman of the religious denomination, Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah has openly described debates for the legalization of homosexuality as sheer "foolishness".

At the 10th anniversary service of the Pentecost University College, Dr. Onyinah said homosexuals are sick and thus needed spiritual help.

gPresbyterian Church of Ghana was in the news for a decision to sever ties with its counterpart in the U.S over the latter’s recognition of gays. The tussle saw a former Moderator of the Church Rev. Dr. Yaw Frimpong Manso resigning from the Presby Church.

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