LGBTQI debate must acknowledge Ghana’s secularity – Prof. Abotsi

    Legal luminary, Prof. Ernest Kofi Abotsi, believes Ghana’s secular nature should underpin the debate over the Bill to crack down on LGBTQI activities.

    Speaking on the Citi Breakfast Show  which was monitored by Ghana News Page , Prof. Abotsi, who is the Dean of the University of Professional Studies’ Law School, said “rational debate will stem from the recognition of the secularity of Ghana.”

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    “For a good argument, for a good debate, we need to start from a recognition of the fact that we are a secular state… We have to recognize the painful trade-off that the constitution has established.”

    The point about Ghana being a secular state is one that has been used to counter the religious elements backing the anti-LGBTQI Bill.



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