“Ghana has no freedom until the LGBTQ becomes legal”- Sister Derby

On Ghana’s Independence Day, Sister Deborah, a singer and activist, bravely spoke out in support of the LGBTQ community in the country.

In a passionate social media post, she emphasized that true freedom for all Ghanaians cannot be achieved unless the queer community is also given the same rights.

Sister Deborah challenged Ghana’s motto of “Freedom and Justice,” calling for a more inclusive definition of freedom that includes everyone, regardless of sexual orientation.

She used hashtags like #QueerGhanaianLivesMatter and #KillTheBill to express her opposition to the anti-LGBTQ legislation that was recently passed by Parliament and is awaiting presidential approval. This bill aims to criminalize LGBTQ activities and punish those who support them.

Sister Deborah’s advocacy for the LGBTQ community has added a powerful voice to the ongoing debate about the bill, sparking important conversations about the importance of diversity and equal rights for all citizens in Ghana.

Her bold stance has helped raise awareness about the need for inclusivity and equality in the country.

See post below…

About Eddy Gilardino

An accomplished writer and information technology professional who is passionate about creating compelling content. He has a degree in information technology from Kwamе Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and has developed his skills in both technology and writing.