Pass Anti-Lgbtq Law Before October Ends – Pentecostal Council Mounts Pressure On Parliament; See Reason


The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) has served parliament with a deadline for the passage of the bill concerning the [email protected], [email protected], bis€[email protected], transgender and queer legal framework and restrictions.

The passage of the anti-lgbtq bill which is currently before the House has been in limbo since the year 2022 began. However, it has been referred to the appropriate committee for public consultation among others.

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As members of parliament prepare to reconvene in parliament in the coming weeks, Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso has requested that the highly-debated bill be passed before the month of October comes to an end.

In addition to this requests, he issued a fair warning to the legislative arm that if the bill is not passed before the given deadline, the GPCC will have no option than to hold a protest to coerce them to pass it.

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