Young Ghanaian gay exposes over 100 Kumasi pastors who are also gays
FILE - In this Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 file photo, Kenyan gays and lesbians and others supporting their cause wear masks to preserve their anonymity and one holds out a condom, as they stage a rare protest, against Uganda's increasingly tough stance against homosexuality and in solidarity with their counterparts there, outside the Uganda High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni met in his office with a team of U.S.-based rights activists concerned about legislation that would impose life sentences for some homosexual acts and made clear he had no plans to sign the bill, according to Santiago Canton of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights who attended the Jan. 18, 2014 meeting, but one month later Museveni appears to have changed his mind, saying through a spokesman in February 2014 that he would sign the bill "to protect Ugandans from social deviants." (AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)

Young Ghanaian gay exposes over 100 Kumasi pastors who are also gays despite the huge following and the position they occupy.

According to Daily Guide, the twenty-six-year-old gay who solely gave his as Kwaku the LGBTQi has existed and was being widely practiced in ghana long before the recent public outburst.

Kwaku who was speaking on Kumasi-based Akoma FM claimed many men of God especially in Kumasi were gays.

He said

“Quite a lot of pastors are preaching in opposition to homosexuality however they observe it. I do know a bunch of over hundred pastors alone even in Ghana extra particularly Kumasi”, Kwaku revealed to host, Aduanaba kofi Asante Ennin in an interview

“…Some are doing it however they’re hiding it from their mother and father, husbands, wives and boyfriends. I’m a singer and I actually sing and so they name me to sing for them when they’re doing their weddings”

Meanwhile,award-winning journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni and has written to European Union (EU) on issues concerning LGBTQI.

Young Ghanaian gay exposes over 100 Kumasi pastors who are also gays

The freelance journalist is asking EU to mount pressure on Saudi Arabia which is an Isalamic state to accept the practice of LGBTQ just like how they’re forcing Ghana.

In a lengthy Facebook post, Manasseh Azure said if EU is liberal enough to think that LGBT Is right, they should also be liberal enough to tolerate those who think it’s wrong.

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