She should have left Ghana over anti-LGBT+ Bill threats

 | 
03/16/2024

Former Ghanaian Ambassador to Serbia and Montenegro, Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, has accused the Ambassador of the United States of America to Ghana, Virginia Palmer, of interfering in the country’s internal affairs. According to Nyaho-Tamakloe, the recent comment, including threats, issued by the Ambassador in relation to the approval of a bill against same-sex activities in Ghana is a direct attack on the nation’s sovereignty. “We have countries in the Arab world; have they been able to push this down their throats? America, at times, really surprises me. They talk of democracy, and they do the other thing. “The Ambassador here should have left this country long ago… I am telling you, she is interfering in the internal affairs of our country.

Share this:

Latest Global News

Added on: 05/18/2024
05/17/2024
A federal appeals court rejected a bid from a group of Maryland parents to require Montgomery County Public Schools to allow them to opt …
Added on: 05/18/2024
05/17/2024
Fearing imprisonment and abuse in their homeland, some queer Ugandans have fled to neighboring Kenya where they hope to live in safety. It’s been …
Added on: 05/18/2024
05/17/2024
LGBTQ community in Pakistan has been advocating for acceptance and rights, despite facing challenges amid conservative societal attitudes and legal restrictions, and now the …

Explore LGBTQ+ Issues

Added on: 05/18/2024
A federal appeals court rejected a bid from a group of Maryland parents to require Montgomery County Public Schools to allow them to opt …
Added on: 05/18/2024
Fearing imprisonment and abuse in their homeland, some queer Ugandans have fled to neighboring Kenya where they hope to live in safety. It’s been …
Added on: 05/17/2024
GABORONE (Reuters) – President Ian Khama of Botswana said on Tuesday he had ordered the arrest and deportation of U.S. pastor Steven Anderson, who …