Bishop Dr. Stephen Owusu Agyeman, the esteemed leader of Apostles Pentecostal Ministry International in Techiman, Bono East Region, passionately urges President Nana Akuffo-Addo to promptly sign the recently approved Anti-Homosexuality Bill. In an interview on Fabea FM’s “Me Man ho Dadwen” with host Apiah-Kubi, Bishop Owusu Agyeman emphasized the importance of this legislation to safeguard Ghana’s values and prevent legal precedents detrimental to its future.

The Bishop’s call comes amidst Ghanaian parliament’s passage of the anti-gay bill, awaiting presidential assent. He underscores the necessity for President Akuffo-Addo’s swift action to affirm Ghana’s stance against homosexuality and thwart external pressures imposing contrary beliefs.

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Emphasizing the moral and cultural implications, Bishop Owusu Agyeman applauds parliament’s decision, affirming that homosexuality contradicts Ghana’s traditional, biblical, and natural principles. He denounces external influences attempting to subvert Ghanaian values under the guise of human rights activism.

In closing, Bishop Owusu Agyeman urges President Akuffo-Addo to recognize Ghana’s sovereignty and promptly sign the bill into law, reinforcing the nation’s commitment to upholding its cultural integrity and moral fabric.

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