Although the laws of Ghana are not clear on the country’s stance on the practice of Homosexuality, the Ghanaian society frowns upon the act, making it difficult for those who are in it to fully come out and declare their stance. One of Ghana’s fast-rising musicians, Kidi has shared his two cents on the subject of legalisation of homosexuality in Ghana.
Kidi has opined in an interview on Class FM that, people should be allowed to do whatever they want to do with their lives.
“I usually have thoughts and opinions on issues but homosexuality is such a sensitive topic that I have decided for myself that I am never going to have a say in that. People should do whatever they want to do with their lives. I don’t want to be part of it.” stated the ‘Odo’ crooner to Prince Benjamin, host of Class Drive on Class 91.3 FM.
He also didn’t want to offend anyone with his comments.
“If you asked this question about 5 to ten years ago, the answer would have been ‘No’ but now, unfortunately, as much as we don’t want, the world is evolving, things are changing and everybody is thinking wide and outside the box. As an artiste, I have a lot of things to do and I wouldn’t like to step on toes.”
The British prime minister has said that her country, UK was ready to help its former colonies in Africa to abolish anti-gay laws.
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