Executive Secretary of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, Moses Foh Amoaning has said that LGBTQ is the new form of neocolonialism and cultural imperialism being forced on African and must be resisted.
He is therefore calling on African leaders to rise up and take a clear stand against the invasion of LGBTQ on the continent.
Moses Foh Amoaning noted that in the same way the west has refused to legalize polygamy, which has its roots in Africa “we must also reject homosexuality that is being promoted in Africa by the Western world.”
Speaking on the recent opening of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) office in Ghana, the private legal practitioner chastised Ghanaian leaders for sitting aloof and allowing such things to happen.
“Why is the west insisting we must embrace homosexuality at all cost? They have even commissioned an office in Ghana. Do you think Ghana’s Ambassador to the US or Australia can go there and commission an office to encourage polygamy?” he asked.
He noted that if Joe Biden and his Democrats Party claim they indeed love Africans, why are they sponsoring LGBTQI in Africa but are rejecting polygamy in America.
“Is it not a new form of neocolonialism or cultural imperialism? What wrong have we done to you? Do you think we are stupid?” he quizzed angrily on Accra-based Okay FM.
According to him, he is passionate about current happenings because the same west took Africa into slavery years ago before Africa struggled and attained independence.
“This time, there is a new breed of Africans. We are sharp, we are smart, we are intelligent and clever than them. For the first time as Africa’s we will find a solution to a problem which they cannot tackle. They have started running away with their office”, he revealed.
Meanwhile, a number of ministers-designate, including Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Sarah Adwoa Safo, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey and Godfred Dame have all stated clearly that, to the extent that Ghana’s laws are against the practices being advocated for by LGBTQI campaigners, the government will not allow it to fester.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah in particular called for laws against even the advocacy for LGBTQI.