The Member of Parliament for the Bawku Central Constituency Hon. Mahama Ayariga says individuals who believe in homosexuality or the state of being s*xually attracted primarily or exclusively to persons of the same sex have no right to practice g¶yism or lesbianism in Ghana so they cannot say their rights have been violated.
“They don’t have the right to practice g¶y or l*sbianism so they can’t say their rights have been violated. You don’t have the right to be g¶y or l*sbians in Ghana.” He said.
According to him, people can advocate that, the public confer that right on homos*xuals in Ghana but such do not conform with the culture values, norms traditions and religion of the country and such people must be looked for and punished.
“But I’m saying any person can advocate that we should confer that right on them. So we should now look for him or her that says they are into the activities and begin to punish the person for what they say they are” He explained.
He made the statement following the public reactions on LGBTQI which have captured the major news headlines in Ghana and beyond after an office was opened by the group in the Capital City of Ghana.
Following the opening of the office, some Ghanaians have been advocating for the office to be closed down whiles other citizens support the move. But the Member of Parliament said, the act is wrong and individuals behind that must be punished.