Ghanaian songstress, Sister Deborah seems to be doing everything possible to advocate for the right of LGBTQ+ people in Ghana.
The singer after several clashes on Twitter and advocacy has moved a step further to drop a song dubbed “Supe Super” with the aim of promoting LGBT rights.
The song talks about love for LGBTQ people and depicting that gays and lesbians are in everyone’s home hence they deserve love.
The advocacy for the gays right has shot up as a bill has been placed before parliament to criminalize the practice of homosexuality.
Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency, Sam Dzata George is the leader of the Private Member Bill and has since faced the wrath of many celebrities for pushing the agenda to criminalize the practice