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We’II invoke curses on you if you don’t pass anti-LGBTQI+ law – MPs told
A group calling itself the United Traditional Priests Association has threatened to storm Ghana’s Parliament with eggs and schnapps to curse lawmakers who vote against the anti-gay bill.
The Association considers it a betrayal if parliament does not approve the bill because LGBTQI+ activities are contrary to Ghana’s cultural values.
The Association urged MPs to prioritise Ghanaians’ interests and pass the bill into law, regardless of the consequences.
To them, we cannot accept homosexuality while sacrificing our cultural values and norms for foreign aid in the name of human rights.
Nana Mosi Bansere, President of the Association, stated that they will invoke curses and summon our ancestral spirits, gods of the land, and other deities to descend on our MPs.
He stated that they do not trust some of the MPs and have emphasised the importance of them representing the people’s interests.
“Nana Mosi further added that our forefathers’ toil and blood will be in vain, and they will regret sacrificing their blood for Ghana, and they will therefore demand answers from the traditional priests if they do not support the fight against same-sex marriage,” he said.
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