The fight against or for homos*xuality to be legalized in Ghana is still on, even though the chances of its legalization is slim but as the president of the Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo said in his interview on Al Jazeera, “it is bound to happen”.
Now, Ghanaian rapper, Ex Doe says he was offered a whopping amount of Ghc50,000 just to compose a song for Gays in Ghana.
Homos*xuality Won't Destroy Ghana Like Corruption Has Done — Wanlov Kuborlor And M3nsa aka Fokn Bois
The controversy surrounding the legalization of homosexuality in Ghana is still hanging in the winds yet to be dropped. Remember President Nana Akufo Addo has hinted in an interview on Al-Jazeera that legalization of homosexuality is bound to happen in Ghana, even though most Ghanaians still do not believe its possibity.
There have been diverse opinions concerning the topic of homosexuality in Ghana and a lot of people have shared their opinions including celebrities.
There Are Gay People Working At The Presidency — Nii Lante Vanderpuye Alleges
Former Minister of Youth and Sports under the NDC government, Nii Lante Vanderpuye, claims that there are some gay people working at the Flagstaff House.
According to the Odododiodio MP, this explains why the President made the comments he did about homos*xuality to Al Jazeera.
CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, Reuters… The International Media Quickly Picked Up On The Atomic Junction Explosion — Check Out What They Said.
Saturday night was a nightmare for residents of Atomic Junction, Madina and its environs, as a gas station exploded, throwing up a huge fireball and plunging the area into chaos.
Official figures on dead and wounded have not been released yet but there’s no question there would be mass casualties from the disaster, an ugly reminder of June 3rd 2015 and how little we’ve progressed since then.