Ghanaian singer and rapper, Fameye shares his views on LGBTQI, says he is not in support of it but thinks those fighting for their right should go ahead with it. [watch the video below]
The issue regarding same-sex (LGBTQI) rights in Ghana has for some time now become one of the heated topics in the country, after the government ordered the closure of their offices across the country not long ago.
Following the closure of their offices, the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo later came out with his final decision on the whole issue saying that there is no way he will legalize same-sex (LGBTQI) rights/marriage in Ghana under his presidency.
The multiple award-winning musical artiste, Fameye, born with his legal name “Peter famiyeh Bozah” was sighted in a recent video where he was being interviewed by Pulse Ghana and was asked to share his views on the issue.
According to him, he for one is not in support of LGBTQI, but he thinks those who are advocating for it to be legalized should go ahead with it.
He added that just like how some people are fighting for their rights to get Marijuana legalized, he thinks it is the same with LGBTQI to, saying they are also fighting for their right even though he himself is in no support he believes fighting for their right is not a bad thing.
Watch the video below.
— Pulse Ghana (@PulseGhana) March 4, 2021
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