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“Why does Sam George hate us so much?” – LGBTQ+ Community asks

Two members of the LGBTQ+ people group in Ghana, a gay man and a sexually unbiased, uncovered nerve-racking encounters of constant maltreatment and savagery executed by a group of anti-LGBTQ+ individuals in the Ablekuma area.

The people in question, who hid their characters to safeguard themselves, unveiled an example of beatings, kidnappings, and blackmail they persevered because of this unfriendly gathering.

Regardless of confronting such affliction, the people voiced their interests about the as of late proposed LGBTQ+ bill, contending that it further hindrances the LGBTQ+ people group and disregards their key common liberties. Communicating their feelings on the questionable bill, the two interviewees firmly condemned Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George, for his job in leading the regulation.

They declared that George's contribution mirrors a firmly established ill will towards the LGBTQ+ people group. "I don't have any idea why Sam George loathes us so much, I don't have the foggiest idea how we have outraged him; that man abhors us so much, I don't have any idea why," one of the interviewees enthusiastically shouted.

They are confident that President Nana Akufo-Addo won't support the bill. As Ghana wrestles with the intricacies encompassing LGBTQ+ privileges, these firsthand records shed light on the critical requirement for a more comprehensive exchange, liberated from segregation and brutality, to cultivate understanding and regard inside the country's different networks.


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