Ghanaian singer, Deborah Vanessa well recognized as Sister Derby has joined groups advocating for the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender, and Queer Intersex (LGBTQI)  in Ghana.


Sister Derby vents out her displeasure against individuals, traditional and religious leaders who have called for the immediate closure of the newly-opened LGBT office in the country’s capital because it’s against the cultural values of Ghana.

Derby took to Twitter and stated emphatically that members of the LGBT community are only seeking their rights by the state so that they will be protected from homophobes.

She also lambasted Ghanaians especially parents who are kicking against the practice of LGBT but cover up their daughters when they are being raped by the family members.

In a Twitter post, she wrote;

“Bloodclarts, legalising #LGBTQI does not mean they are coming to molest or rape you like your uncles did while mothers protected them. That’s a crime. It means they will be protected from homophobes like you, so you can’t harm them! Let them be! Period!”

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