Pending the long awaiting debate in parliament about the fate of the Anti LGBTQ Bill, the Chief of Old Subri in the Wassa East district of Western region, Nana Twumasi Ampaa Kwao II has appealed to the wives of Members of Parliament to use this swinging moment to advise their husbands sparingly to do the needful.
According to the Chief, the destiny of Ghanaians now dwells in the hands of the MPs as the populace awaits a positive news about the passing of the Anti-LGBTQ+ bill into law.
Nana Twumasi added that anything short of passing the bill into law to criminalize the activities of LGBTQ will spell doom for Ghana hence the MPs spouses must use their bedroom powers to protect the country from ditch.
In an interview, Nana Twimasi Ampaa Kwao II also urged priests of God, evangelists and Imams to dedicate greater part of their worship time to enlighten their congregations about the extent to which God frowns on this sinful act (LGBTQ).
Meanwhile, the Abakomahene of Wassa Ateiku in same district, Nana Yaw Gyesi has also appealed to the Ghana Health Service to consider mental examination for the 18 Pro LGBTQ people because he thinks that, they may be suffering from some form of mental inconsistencies.