The Kenyan government wants to imitate Ghana’s approach in banning homosexuality from their countries, thereby contacting Hon Sam George immediately he was done with an interview with CNN.
The Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency who is now the face of the anti-LGBTQ+ bill ready to be discussed in Ghana’s parliament hinted that his talk with Larry Modowo has informed African governments that the LGBTQ+ menace should not be condoned and that it is time for African to rise up and free herself from any form of oppression from the Western World.
Hon Sam George was confronted by Larry on why Ghana is pushing a bill that would legalize hate. The legislature later knowing the anchor was a Kenyan stressed that “Well Kenyan Values are not same as Ghanaian values.
“We have different values and I am a Ghanaian legislator. And just as you know I represent a constituency that has two traditional areas. Before passing the bill, I met with two traditional councils, I am representative of the people who voted for me. Two traditional councils said to me this is against our culture.”
The answer seems to go down well with the Kenyan government and they have asked for a copy of the LGBTQ+ bill so that they pass the same law in their country.
Sam George revealed on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana that countries were monitoring Ghana therefore citizens must be disciplined in areas of the sexual structure to be an example to other nations.