The Association of African Albinos has expelled Ghanaian lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning for fighting against the legalization of Lésbian, G@y, Bis£xual and Transgender (LGBT)in Ghana.
Lawyer Foh-Amoaning has been condemning the opening of LGBT+ Rights office in Ghana. The office was opened earlier this month and had diplomats including Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews, in attendance.
The issues concerning legalization of LGBTQI in the country have become a nationwide debate. Religious leaders, traditional leaders and some politicians have kicked against the practice and its legalization. The laws of Ghana, tradition, culture and religions disavow homos3xuality and criminalize same.
But in a new statement signed by the President of the Association of African Albinos, Sesom Hoffamn, they have sacked the Ghanaian lawyer with immediate effect.
According to the release, lawyer Foh-Amoaning’s agenda is against the human rights of LGBTQI society.
“We hereby repudiate all policies associated with Moses Foh-Amoaning and declare our stands against his homophobic actions and goals. LGBTQIA + rights are human rights and their lives matter just as albino lives matter, ” part of the statement said.
Read the full statement below;