The Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin has stated categorically that while Ghana will not make any laws that will infringe on people’s rights, the country will be sure to pass laws that will protect the country’s values, traditions, culture, religion and principles.
It would be recalled that, Australian High Commissioner, Gregory Andrews, was invited by LGBTQI+ in Ghana to officially inaugurate their offices in Ghana. This implies that Mr. Gregory Andrews supports the operation of LGBTQI+ in Ghana.
Well, many complained that, since LGBTQI+ is not part of Ghana’s culture, the Government of Ghana should invite the Australian High Commissioner, for questions and warnings so as to let him understand Ghana’s position.
According to information reaching Ghana Africa News, the Australian High Commissioner, Gregory Andrews, on 1st April, 2021, paid a courtesy call on the Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin, and during the conversation, Mr. Bagbin revealed that the country will be sure to pass laws that will protect the country’s values, traditions, culture, religion and principles.
In his remarks, High Commissioner Gregory Andrews, known for his keen interest in Ghana’s culture and food, spoke about the rich Ghanaian culture he has enjoyed since he’s been in the country, and said it has had a positive image on his family.
The Members of Parliament at the meeting praised the Commissioner for his passion on climate change and how Australia has supported Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the midst of the Pandemic.
The Commissioner was urged to complete the sports facilities Australia promised Ghana and also enhance the Youth Ambassador Project were people within the ages of 18 – 30 can travel to Australia for educational purposes.
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