I’ll prefer to die than live in Ghana if LGBTQI is legalised – Bagbin

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Another outrageous statement supporting the anti-gay legislation now before Parliament was made by Speaker of the House Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin.

He claimed that the measure will be approved at this meeting and that some members (MPs) have already been to Europe and the Americas to get feedback before it is put into effect.

Speaker Bagbin declares that he will not survive in a generation in which homosexual activity is legalized and that, in such a scenario, he would rather die than live.

The current Parliament is debating the Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill.

About eight MPs from the Majority and Minority caucuses each proposed it.

Sam Nartey George, a Ningo-Prampram MP and Elder at Perez Chapel International, is leading the effort to pass the measure.

Speaking with reporters in Tamale over the weekend, Speaker Bagbin claimed that the consequences of the West’s support for gay rights are already being felt.

He claimed that the actions of gays and lesbians are causing the indigenous populations of the majority of European nations to become extinct, and the sooner Ghana stopped these practices, the better for everyone.

The Speaker of Parliament declared, “Count me out of Ghana if you all participate in it.”

“I would rather be with my Maker than continue living. I am that. I support life and am a Catholic. God says the world is eternal, so I won’t do anything that might end it. We are unable to terminate the world in that manner until He returns.

“They are having consequences in their nation, and I can tell you that there won’t be any native Europeans anywhere in the world in the next 50 years.”

He emphasized that during his time as Speaker, the anti-gay bill would be passed.

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