Deliberation on Anti-LGBT Bill not supposed to exceed 3 months – Edem Senanu


The Chairman of Advocates for Christ Ghana, a Civil Society Organization, Edem Senanu, has added his voice to the growing concern about the delay in passing the Anti-LGBT Bill. Speaking in an interview on Joy FM’s News Night on Wednesday, he expressed concern about the delay. According to him, the deliberation on the passing of the Anti-LGBT Bill is not supposed to exceed three months. “There has been a very long delay. I think about a week or half ago, I happened to catch up with the Chair, Mr Kwame Ayimadu Antwi and I asked him about it and he said we are wrapping up on the public hearing and I was wondering how public hearing could last for a whole year,” he wondered.

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