Supreme Court Approves Richard Sky’s Request to Submit New Motion Regarding Anti-LGBTQI Bill

The Supreme Court grants Richard Sky’s request to submit a new motion concerning the Anti-LGBTQI Bill. Stay updated on this significant legal development. The Supreme Court has instructed attorneys representing the individual seeking to block President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo from signing the Human and Sexual Rights and Family Values Bill, commonly known as the…

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A Ghanaian Human Right Advocate Protests Anti LGBTQ Bill Half Naked

Ghanaian Human Rights Advocate protests anti-LGBTQ bill partially naked. Explore the impact of this bold demonstration. Read now! A Ghanaian advocate for human rights, Texas Kadir Moro, has initiated a solitary demonstration, partially unclothed, to protest against Parliament’s approval of the anti-LGBTQ+ legislation. The human rights advocate, who conducted his solo demonstration along major streets…

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Ghana will be Economically Doomed if Anti-gay Bill is Passed, Prof. Diamond Warns

“Warning from Prof. Diamond: Ghana faces economic doom with passage of anti-gay bill. Learn more about the potential impacts.” Professor Larry Diamond, a Democracy Scholar at the Hoover Institution and Stanford University, has cautioned about severe consequences for Ghana should the controversial anti-gay bill be enacted into law. During an interview on Citi TV’s The…

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The Ministry of Finance alerts President Akuffo Addo that the anti-LGBT measure poses a serious risk to the Ghanaian economy.

The Ministry of Finance outlined the grave consequences of signing the anti-LGBTQ+ bill that was approved by Parliament. The Ministry of Finance stated in a briefing on the ramifications of President Akufo-Addo signing the Bill that the nation will lose significant financial support from the Bretton Woods organizations. The Ministry of Finance provided the details…

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We have not taken a stance on the anti- LGBTQ bill – Rev. Dr. Eric Adu Gyamfi, Chairman of the National Peace Council

The Human Sexual Rights and Family Values Act, 2024, which outlaws LGBTQ+ activism, funding, and promotion, was approved by Parliament on February 28, 2024. Those found guilty could spend anything from six months to three years in prison, while those who encouraged and sponsored the crime might spend three to five years behind bars. Rev….

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