Certain emboldened few Ghanaians have emerged from the woods, vociferously defending the course of gayness in Africa in general, and Ghana in particular. They have advanced well-researched reasons why Ghana should conform to the orders unilaterally issued by the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the US President Barack Obama obliging Ghana to adhere to gay rights. Ghana will suffer the withdrawal of foreign aid that our Finance Ministers over the years have factored into our annual budget statement as a major component of revenue without which the budget is never complete. These Ghanaian advocates resident abroad have convincingly advanced both historical and evolutionary reasons in support of compelling Ghana openly embrace homosexuality. How ironic that is.
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