Executive Director of the Danquah Institute, Gabby Otchere-Darko has called for the proposal of a bill to impose stiff penalties on people caught committing adultery.
This comes on the back of the conversation around the controversial anti-LGBT+ bill presented to parliament for approval.
Gabby Otchere-Darko has previously expressed his thoughts on the matter, calling out the promoters of the bill for working actively to get Ghana blacklisted for hate.
In a more recent tweet, he has proposed a Private Member’s Bill to be presented to parliament, which will impose rigid sanctions on anyone caught committing adultery.
In his opinion since Ghanaians are parading themselves as a staunch Christian country with cherished Christian values, adultery which is a crime punishable by death according to the Bible should also be criminalized by the law.
He tweeted: “Majority of Ghanaians are Christians. They believe in upholding Christian values. Adultery is a serious sin punishable by death (Lev. 20:10). I am therefore proposing a petition to Parliament for a Private Member’s Bill for a law against adultery, imposing stiff penalties.”
Gabby’s appeal is a call in the right direction since one of the reasons Foh Amoaning is fighting so hard against the LGBT+ community is because he claims homos*xuals are the reason each one of us is going to hell.
Adultery is one of the ten worst sins according to the Bible, so maybe the moral crusaders should take that up too.
If they are going to condemn one perceived sin, they might as well condemn all.