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Man battling for his life after being attacked in Kasoa over gay suspicion


Turmoil is said to have ejected at Dr. Kofi Boateng Memorial Hospital in Kasoa, close to Accra, when a young fellow named Silas was hurried to the clinic in a fragile state. Per reports, he experienced a severe assault by his Muslim siblings over charges of being gay.


Nasir's cherished, lifelong companions attacked him and another, thought to be his darling. It is said that it took the endeavors of safety authorities to scatter the irate horde. "I was there for antenatal consideration when they carried him to the medical clinic gathering. It was a downright horrendous sight. I don't have the foggiest idea what might have occurred on the off chance that he had not been protected early," a pregnant lady who was an observer related.


"Since LGBTQ has been proclaimed unlawful by the law, it is just correct that we report any suspects to the police as opposed to proceed with this brutal demonstration of moment equity. It most frequently prompts going after blameless individuals," one of the specialists exhorted. Homosexuality is viewed as a horrifying presence in the Ghanaian people group, a feeling exacerbated by the new endorsement of the counter gay bill. Winnie Byanyima, the Leader Head of UNAIDS, has communicated serious worries about Ghana's endorsement of the bill.


In a proclamation, that's what UNAIDS cautioned whenever established, the bill could impel brutality, obstruct admittance to life-saving administrations, and subvert basic freedoms, possibly blocking Ghana's formative advancement. Byanyima stressed the antagonistic effect of the bill on the battle against Helps and generally speaking general wellbeing.


The assertion featured the potential damage that such regulation could cause to individual opportunities and more extensive endeavors to battle wellbeing challenges.

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