Private Legal Practitioner Moses Foh Amoaning says homosexuals need psychological help and not human rights to practice their act.
Conversation and anger towards LGBTQI practices have been renewed in Ghana following fundraiser which was attended by several diplomats including the Australian High Commissioner who pledged to support the group. The EU office in Ghana has declared support for the group.
Mr Amoaning speaking on Joy FM said homosexual must be helped because their act is criminal in Ghana’s laws.
“What they [homosexuals] need is help and not to translate it to a human right.It’s not part of our constitution, people were trying to push it but it’s not there. In our customary law, there is no ethnic group that permits this sought of behaviour. Section 4 of our Criminal Offence Act makes unnatural canal knowledge as a criminal offence”
Meanwhile a member of the Communications team of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Eric Addo-Danquah has called on Ghanaians to locate the office of the LGBTQI and shut it down if the police fail to close it down.
The Catholic Bishops Conferences is the latest group to call on President Akufo-Addo to shut down the recently opened office for LGBT people in Accra.
The Bishops are also urging the President not to fall for external pressure to accept the practice of homosexuality in the country.