Don’t Trade Our Culture For Money – Rev. Ngrumesi

The minister in charge of the Bungalow branch of the African Faith Tabernacle Church in Agona Swedru, Rev. Kofi Ngrumesi Esuon has warned the Akuffo-Addo led-NPP government not to trade the country’s culture for money and has admonished it to sign the passage of anti-homosexuality bill that criminalizes the practice into law.

Commenting on the delay by president Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo to sign the passage of the law, Rev. Ngrumesi said the delay sends a negative signal about the country, and gives the Western world, led by the United States of America who is pushing the practice on the neck of the country a lean way.

According to him, Ghana can not afford to lose its future generation to a foreign culture such as homosexuality, which he said, tends to destroy the moral fiber of the country’s societal cultural practices and norms. He further warned that failure by the president to criminalize the practice would spell doom for the country.

By Robert Ayanful

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