Ghanaians Do Not Support Same Sex Marriage and I Do Not Support it Either- Efya’s Mother Says

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Nana Adwoa Awindor who happens to be the mother of Efya, one of Ghana’s top vocalists and The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Obaapa Development Foundation has charged Ghanaians not to succumb to the pressure from the global LGBT Community to accept and legalize homosexuality in Ghana.

According to her, such practices are scripturally wrong and have never been ordained by God.

“As a Christian, I am talking from a Christian’s point of view that Bible does not support LGBT+ and Ghanaians do not support same sex marriage. I do not support it too,” she said to Agyenkwa FM’s B Ice.

”Since Adam, marriage has been between man and a woman but if some people want to include others, it is up to them; we will be judged individually, and we shall all see what will happen,” she continued.

The LGBT+ people opened an office at Ashongman Estate weeks ago but the office was shut down by the police after a section of the public, religious groups, leaders, traditional leaders spoke against it.

She further said that she does not care if people hide in their rooms to engage in such acts. However, pushing for it to be legalized is where she has a problem.

“If you are doing your thing do it in your room, for that one no one will have any problem with you but for you to come out to say we should legalize it, I do not support that,” Nana Adwoa explained.

Madam Awindor also advised young ladies to dress appropriately because, “The men like to go out with those who are half naked but they will never marry them. They will always go for those who dress decently.”

 

Source: Atinka Online

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