Ghanian Lesbians Tie Nuptial Knot In Holland The Kente Way

"I cannot accept these cultures on the grounds of human right." Fromer president Mahama says


Two Ghanaian Lesbians has put a ring to their ‘Love Affair’ as they tied the nuptial knot in far away Holland.

The couple who decided to stay true to their heritage, settled for their traditional ceremony, the traditional Kente material, particularly associated to Ghana

While the ‘female bride’ had her all flowing dress, the ‘female groom’ had on a tailor made black and white suit for the church ceremony

The revelation of this marriage has left Ghanians back home speating fire as they have condemed the solemnisation

Especially in the wake of the strong opposition Ghana has taking concerning the legalization gay and lesbian marriages in the world.

Read the response of former President John Dramani Mahama on the same subject at the Scottish Parliament and juxtapose it with what President Akufo Addo said in an interview with Aljazeera.

H.E John D. Mahama, Scotland 2016.

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Fromer president of Ghana H.E John D. Mahama

Mahama  says: “My country is a secular one made up of Christians, Muslims and traditional believers

“None of these sects accept gayism and lesbianism. As a leader, once the people I rule abhor these things

“I cannot accept these cultures on the grounds of human right

“Despite our challenges, our nation stands paramount against any other foreign aim.”

A statement many have Clearly say comes from a gem and an impeccable genius

A strong leader with character and readiness to protect and defend the sanctity of his country.

H.E Nana Akufo Addo, in an interview with Aljazeera

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president H.E Nana Akufo Addo of Ghana

“I think it is something that is bound to happen…. Elsewhere in the world

“The activities of individuals and groups ….. certain awareness, certain developments grew and grew and grew stronger and it forced a change in law

“I believe at those are the same processes that will bring the changes in our situation.”

“For these socio-cultural issues, I don’t believe that in Ghana so far, a sufficiently strong coalition has emerged

“Which is having that much impact on public opinion that will say; change it.”

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