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GHANA’S BURDEN OF PROMOTING OR REJECTING LGBT.

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GHANA’S BURDEN OF PROMOTING OR REJECTING LGBT.



is a sovereign country. It has its own cultural settings which has been facing challenges to adapt to western culture through western forces engineered by U.N. and some international pressure groups. Over the years, Ghanaian presidents have been subjected to international scrutiny to push agenda in Africa. Ex presidents Kuffour and Atta Mills were clearly against the agenda but had to allow some activities to slide through the media. Only a proportion of total TV owners who can afford paid services via Multimedia may be affected by these TV programs geared towards the agenda. Hence the negative impact on viewers. Ex president Mahama struggled to state his position on the agenda. President Akufo-Addo in an interview insinuated that is not at the stage to accept LGBT.

Counsellor George Lutterodt

This idiot called makes reference to TV programs as a reason to support the unjustifiable LGBT agenda; comparing TV programs to children who could not make sane decisions. Fragile children who have become preys to a neocolonial strategy to reshape our culture. The media has given him too much attention to the extent that he has become a social vice. In fact, Efia Odo – a TV presenter, questioned why the media pays attention to him. Lutterodt should be given a media black out. Whoever is paying him should bow their heads in shame.

LGBT agenda is clear and the current approach must be boycotted by all teachers and pressure groups in the country. How on earth do you subject a child to profanity and use education as justification? This is repugnant and an outrageous decision ever made by leadership in the educational system. It is obvious all strategies adopted have failed, even with TV programs. So they must now work the agenda through toddlers.

Ghanaian leaders must wake up by first amending the constitution to reflect three years for parliamentary elections and maintain the four year presidential elections. When this is done and bipartisan governance begins, all these issues of roller coaster educational systems will start correcting itself. Thereby sensitive issues like LGBT will be dealt with appropriately.

By A. Odrey

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Citizen Kwadwo

Kingsley Adomako Odrey known professionally as Citizen Kwadwo, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, IT Mogul, Businessman, and Web Developer. Follow : Instagram- @citizenkwadwo Twitter: @Citizenkwadwo

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