Following the opening of an LGBTQI+ office in Accra early this year, a plethora of discussions over the legitimacy of the group has dominated the media.
The development was condemned by many as subtle enforcement of the group’s activities which they say flies in the face of the country’s laws, culture, and beliefs.
The police together with the landlord on February 24 stormed and locked the LGBTQ office at Ashongman in Accra in the wake of public discourse over their operations.
Consequently, Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, says urgent actions are being taken to pass a stringent law to nib the activities of LGBTQI+ and other groups in the bud in Ghana.
And as a result, Ghanaian MP’s were spotted praying against LGBT issues in the country as they aim at introducing a bill in Parliament to fight LGBT.
It’s at the back of this prayer session which was held that filmmaker Kobi Rana took aim and decide to add his voice to it and chastise our parliamentarians accordingly.
Taking to Instagram, he wrote;
“Here are Ghana leaders praying today. They are praying against LGBT and planning to criminalize. I am sure that will stop police and military from killing citizens, get jobs for unemployed youth and solve the unbearable cost of living. Not forgetting their own corruption. Thieves praying against sex. How will somebody’s vagina, penis and asshole fix your country? YOU WILL DO ANYTHING TO SHIFT ATTENTION FROM THE PROBLEMS AND FAILURES YOU MUST FIX. The world must be rolling on the floor with laughter. Best comedy news for @cnn @bbc @mtv @enews