Ghana Blasts Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

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by David Nussman  •  •  May 29, 2018   

Country's Parliament rejects idea of redefining marriage

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A nation in West Africa is rejecting so-called same-sex marriage.

In Ghana, the idea of redefining marriage got shot down in Parliament on May 22. Members of Parliament blasted the proposal, with both Christian and Muslim MPs weighing in. They condemned sodomy and the pro-gay agenda of Westerners.

Parliament had the discussion after rumors that Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo met with British Prime Minister Theresa May. The topic of the rumored meeting was importing the gay agenda to Africa. But these rumors were debunked in an official statement from Ghana's Presidential Cabinet.

During a recent meeting with leaders of the British Commonwealth — a collection of 53 former British colonies — the U.K. Prime Minister spoke loud and clear about pushing the gay agenda.

And President Obama trumpeted the homosexual agenda during a visit to Ghana in 2009.

The law in Ghana currently bans "unnatural carnal knowledge."

This is usually interpreted as a ban on sodomy, among other things.


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