Dag Heward-Mills Assures His Congregation He Would Fight With All His Might Against Homos*xuality Being Legalized In The Perfect And Highly Moral Nation of Ghana

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The head pastor of the Lighthouse Chapel, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, has assured his congregation that he and the church would fight with all their might to resist the legalization of homose*xuality in Ghana.

Homos*xuality is not even an issue right now but as a pastor looking to get your bigoted congregation to cheer you on, going after gays is definitely the right thing to do.

According to the Bishop, any plan to legalize homos*xuality in Ghana would meet stiff opposition from himself and other religious bodies in the country.

“We will not allow it. We will stand against it. The church, Muslims and other people will strongly resist and stand against any government that would try to impose homos*xuality in Ghana.” he told his congregation Sunday.

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Dag Heward-Mills was not seen ‘resisting’ and ‘standing against’ his colleague chopping hundreds of millions of the taxpayers money, or over our money being wasted to build a Cathedral which contributes nothing to our development, but sure he’s ready to stand against something that is not even on the agenda at the moment because everyone hates gays right?

The last time homos*xuality was even an issue was many months ago when the President made a lukewarm comment that its legalization is inevitable and got chewed out by everyone for it.

It’s a pity but Ghanaians are yet to learn that the politicians and religious leaders distract us with these issues of hate for each other whilst they loot the country and we keep quiet about it because we’re too busy hating the gays.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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