COMOG to support crusade against LGBTQI+
The Coalition of Muslim Organisations Ghana (COMOG), has resolved to support the crusade against the obnoxious practice of LGBTQI+ in Ghana.
The coalition said it was obliged to work around the clock to ensure that everything legally possible was done to prevent gayism and lesbianism and associated activities, in the country.
The group gave the assurance in a statement issued by the president of COMOG, Hajj Abdel Manan Abdel Rahman, copied the Ghanaian Times, in Accra, yesterday.
The group said it was working in collaboration with other faith-based organisations to ensure the passage of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Value bill, popularly known as the LGBTQ+ bill, currently before Parliament.
The statement said the coalition deemed it expedient to support all persons, especially Members of Parliament (MPs) of both National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP), advocating the passage of the bill.
The COMOG mentioned Samuel Nartey George, MP for Prampram, Dela Adjoa Sowah, MP for Kpando, Alhassan Suhuyini, MP for Tamale North, and Emmanuel Bedzrah, MP for Ho West.
The rest are Rita Naa Odoley Sowah, MP for La Dadekotopon, Helen Adjoa Ntoso, MP for Krachi West, Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor, MP for South Dayi, and John Ntim Fordjour, MP for Assin South.
The COMOG pledged to remain non-partisan, and to protect the sanctity of the Ghanaian cultural values and posterity.
The statement appealed to NDC and NPP delegates to consider the LGBTQ+ and promotion of Ghanaian cultural values in the selection of candidates for the 2024 general election.
“Finally, we remain resolute in the struggle, and wish all crusaders against the practice and promotion of LGBTQI+ the best of luck. COMOG is ever ready to lend its support to any individual or group in the struggle to ensure that Ghana is rid of this satanic LGBTQI+ menace,” it said.
BY TIMES REPORTER