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“Ghana is ruined; man marries man, woman marries woman” – Some Ewe women react to LGBTQ issues

A video of some  Ewe women joyously singing about their concerns regarding LGBTQ+ issues has gone viral, highlighting the ongoing debate surrounding the topic.

The issue has dominated headlines in recent days, especially with Parliament passing an anti-LGBTQ+ bill that awaits the President’s assent.

President Akufo-Addo has hesitated on signing the bill into law, partly due to a court case initiated by journalist Richard Sky, who argues against the bill’s passage.

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In the video, the Ewe women express their views passionately, singing, “Ghana is ruined, man marries man, woman marries woman, Ghana is ruined, we can’t recognize our old Ghana.”

This sentiment has ignited a fierce debate on social media, with some supporting the women’s stance while others find it offensive.

As the nation awaits a decision from President Akufo-Addo, the discourse around LGBTQ+ rights and legislation in Ghana continues to evolve.

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