Araba Forson, the disgruntled mother of a transgender singer, has stated her willingness to strip and walk to Parliament in protest of the anti-LGBTQ bill if it becomes law.
The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, according to Araba Forson, is hostile legislation designed to promote hatred for Ghana’s LGBTQ community.
Araba Forson, who also claims to be a pastor, expressed her rage by describing the bill’s supporters as insensitive individuals who are unable to empathize with the differences of others.
Araba Forson, referring specifically to Ningo-Prampram MP Sam George, stated that supporters of the bill should be more concerned with issues such as corruption rather than LGBTQ rights.
When asked about her earlier threat to march to Parliament to protest the bill if it becomes law, Araba Forson told Benjamin Akakpo on Friday’s Prime Morning Show, ‘I don’t care… oh yes! ‘Why do you have to criminalize someone’s sexual orientation?’
Tons of Ghanaians share Araba Forson’s sentiments, believing that the current bill before Parliament is an affront to human rights and must be repealed.
A segment of the population is also concerned that if the bill becomes law, Ghana will lose aid from some of its foreign donors who sympathize with the LGBTQ community.
Meanwhile, when Parliament returns from recess on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, it is expected to begin deliberations on the bill.
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Transgender, Angel Maxine’s Mother Vows To Go Unclad And Face Akufo-Addo If He Dare Sign The Criminalization Of LGBTQ Bill
Ghana’s first transgender Angel Maxine’s mother has spewed venom following the Private Member Bill submitted before parliament to criminalize LGBTQ activities in the country.
The woman claims she’s going to face President Akufo-Addo at any level if he passes the impending criminalization of the LGBTQ bill which is being led by the Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency Sam George.
According to her, she’s ready to fight for her daughter and other members of the LGBTQ community in the country.
She indicated that she’ll go n@ked and face President Akufo-Addo anytime he’s set to pass the PMB to criminalize the LGBTQ community and their activities.
She claims the government should embrace the LGBTQ community as she cried her heart out adding that they should be allowed to live freely as long as they don’t harm anyone.