Thinking that homosexuality is a sin is a sign of poverty – Wanlov the Kubolor

Ghanaian musician and human rights advocate, Wanlov the Kubolor, believes that those who condemn the LGBTQ+ community may be suffering from a form of mental poverty influenced by colonial traditional religions like Christianity and Islam.

Wanlov argues that this poverty is what leads many to view homosexuality as a sin. In an upcoming episode of “Your Ghana, My Ghana” on Graphic Online TV, Wanlov discusses his support for the LGBTQ+ community and criticizes the discrimination they face in Ghana.

He urges Ghanaians to break free from foreign ideologies and accept LGBTQ+ individuals as they would any other Ghanaian.

Wanlov emphasizes the importance of decolonizing minds and granting freedom to LGBTQ+ members who currently live in fear due to societal hatred.

He calls for equal rights and treatment for the LGBTQ+ community, appealing to Ghanaians to stop harassing and discriminating against them.

To gain a deeper understanding of Wanlov’s perspective on LGBTQ+ issues, viewers are encouraged to watch the full interview on Graphic Online TV on March 28, 2024, at 10 am.

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