LGBTQ billboard is affront to 1992 Constitution, pull it down or we destroy it — Sam George

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06/09/2022

One of the sponsors of the anti-LGBTQ bill in Parliament, Samuel Nartey George has given the Police 24 hours to pull down a billboard said be advertising LGBTQ activities in Ghana. The Ningo Prampram lawmaker said the billboard is an affront to the 1992 Constitution there if the Inspector General of Police fails to act, he and other citizens of this country will take action within the legal framework to destroy the billboard. “As sponsors of the bill before Parliament and as Members of Parliament who represent the aspirations and will of the Ghanaian people, we have deemed it important to show up here today to register in the strongest term our displeasure, our discomfort and our abhorrence for unholy, uncultural and untraditional advertisement that has been put up on a very iconic road the N1, the Tema motorway.

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