May 27, 2024
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Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George, has questioned why members of the New Patriotic Party are sharing videos of his opinion on homosexuality in 2015/16.

To him, he is not moved by what they are doing, as he has made his stance known and will continue to stand by it.

He is on record to have said “Irrespective of my personal opinion on homosexuality. The constitution remains supreme and the constitution of this country enjoins that everybody has rights and their rights must be protected. It is actually one of the preambles to the constitution of Ghana, the international declaration of human rights”.

However, in a tweet on X, he indicated that recent development has led to a change of his stance saying “In 2015/16, there was no advocacy office opened in Ghana, no one was seeking to groom our kids and certainly no one was making a case for their rights to be recognised in Ghana.

“Today, the onslaught is on and I have made my stance on the matter known, unapologetically. So what is the brouhaha? Are these NPP folks saying they think we should allow homosexuality in its current onslaught to go unchecked? I thought they said they support the Bill?

Read His Statement Below

I have seen a lot of NPP folks running around with a video from 2015/16 where I am speaking on the subject of homosexuality. I wonder if it is a lack of understanding, intentional mischief or both for anyone to say that I cannot hold my current views. In 2015/16, there was no advocacy office opened in Ghana, no one was seeking to groom our kids and certainly no one was making a case for their rights to be recognised in Ghana. Today, the onslaught is on and I have made my stance on the matter known, unapologetically. So what is the brouhaha? Are these NPP folks saying they think we should allow homosexuality in its current onslaught to go unchecked? I thought they said they support the Bill? Why are they so desperate to find something wrong somewhere? I would continue my advocacy with vigour and zest because I believe in the course I am sponsoring. We would #PassTheBill and fight trumu trumu. Nothing and no one would stand in our way. On GOD!



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