Ghanaian albino lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning, the man who is a member of a minority group but revels in persecuting another minority group, has threatened a fellow lawyer with death for having the ‘audacity’ to disagree with him on gay rights.
A lawyer’s entire job revolves around arguments and debate, so if Amoaning cannot debate someone else but simply threatens them with death when they state a contrary opinion, then he deserves the tag of so-called lawyer 100%.
Lawyer Martin Kpebu recently said that he believes Ghana would grant gay rights in about 20 years because pressure from the international community would continue to mount.
Kpebu is reported to have said: “What two adult people do in private, why is it another man’s business?”
“You think in 20 years (2039) we would not have legalised same-s*x marriage? We can’t stand the force. It’s just a question of time,” Kpebu said at a workshop organised by the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI).
In responding to that, fake lawyer Amoaning said Kpebu is fighting against ‘God’ by supporting gay rights and that if he doesn’t change his stance he would probably die before the 20 years he’s talking about.
“I don’t know whether he is being influenced by some people to make comments like these. He should be careful, he is a young lawyer and if he doesn’t know what the law says, he should stop making pronouncements on it,” Amoaning said.
“This is not a curse I am raining on him, but what he is doing is a fight against God, he is a small boy.
“There is a lot of falsehood being peddled around about homos*xual rights, especially same-s*x marriage being a human right, therefore, Mr Kpebu’s comments.
“If he doesn’t retract the comments, he might even die before the said 2039.” Amoaning threatened.