Anti-LGBT Bill Was Passed to Populate Pentecost Prisons – Kubolor Alleges.

Ghanaian musician Emmanuel Owusu-Bonsu known by his stage name Wanluv has shared his opinion on the passing of Ghana’s Anti-LGBTQ bill.

Speaking in the studios of Kingdom FM, Afro Joint Show, Kubolor Alleged that the Bill was passed to criminalize and populate the newly built Prison facility constructed by the Pentecost church.

He conspired that the motive was to use the prisoners as cheap labor and also use the prison as a cover to divert government funds.

The musician who came into the limelight thanks to his unorthodox style of music and dressing has been very vocal about his stance right from the conception of the Bill.

Wanluv the Kubolor has promoted the LGBTQ agenda more than his music career so such claims from him don’t surprise anyone. His sister, Sister Debby has also been an avid supporter of the LGBTQ community.

Sister Debby shared her views on Twitter ironically labeling the bill, the country’s fix.

The Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill.

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Parliament of Ghana under the Fourth Republic passed the new bill on Wednesday which will impose a prison sentence on any individual who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

Anyone affected is likely to face a prison sentence of up to five years.

The passing of the “Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values” Bill has been criticized by some human rights organizations and some minor groups.

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