The anti-LGBT bill in Ghana’s parliament has generated interest both home and abroad.
As majority of Ghanaians in Ghana are in support of the Bill, a few minority are against it as they argued the Bill is against human right.
The Bill has generated international interest to the extent that some western countries have started denying some Ghanaian parliamentarians visas over their stance against LGBT.
Over the weekend, there were two protests in the United States of America against the Ghana anti-LGBT Bill.
One of the protest was held in Harlem in New York and the other was held in Oakland, California.
Some of the placards read With placards that read, “LGBTQ We Demand Equality in Ghana, Ghana’s Hate Bill Has to Go, Freedom and Justice is a lie”
“It would impede HIV and other health services for LGBTQI+ people. The bill would also require suspected LGBTQI+ people to recant their s.ɛ.xual and gender identities and pay for conversion therapy to avoid prison time,” the protesters said.