Ghana’s parliament is set to debate a bill that -- if passed -- would introduce one of the harshest anti-LGBTQ laws on the African continent.
NAIROBI, Aug 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A Ghanaian bill criminalising LGBT+ people will establish “a system of state-sponsored discrimination and violence” against sexual minorities, U.N. human rights experts warned on Thursday, urging authorities to reject the proposed law.
Ghana’s parliament is set to debate a bill that -- if passed -- would introduce one of the harshest anti-LGBTQ laws on the African continent.— One World CNN (@OneWorldCNN) October 8, 2021
Watch this incredibly tense exchange between @LarryMadowo and Ghanaian MP @samgeorgegh. @CNNAfrica | #Ghana pic.twitter.com/NcNulfocVl
Giving bigotry a platform in the name of dialogue or let's hear both sides, does more harm than any good.— Judicaelle Irakoze (@Judicaelle_) October 9, 2021
My love to the LGBTQI community in Ghana. You deserve protection and care. Instead of your oppressors being amplified on international news platform https://t.co/l50amDj6W4