Captain Smart, a broadcast journalist on Angel FM, has disclosed on the radio that homosexuals in Ghana want to use parliament as their main platform to get their voices known.
In his results, he argues that in order to promote their agenda of legalizing their practices in the country, the homosexual group plans to get 35 seats in the chamber of Parliament.
“I must tell you that homosexuals are targeting just 35 seats in parliament. Currently, they have nine members who are just advocates for gay rights but are not involved in the act. However, there are three people who are involved in the act which includes one woman and two men.”
Following the closing of an office in Accra to advance their interests, as issued by the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo, debates on LGBT have been widespread in Ghana.