There has been widespread debate following the opening of an Accra office by the LGBTQ+ group in Ghana.
It has since triggered the resurfacing of concerns over activities of the community with calls from a cross-section of Ghanaians including the Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values and the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) to have the group’s activities stopped.
The former TV3 newscaster in a Twitter post says she is willing to support the LGBTQI agenda in Ghana notwithstanding what religious folks say about them.
Bridget Otoo said if supporting LGBTQI is the fastest and easiest way to hell, she is ready for support because she wants to meet satan.
“I’m told the easiest and fastest way to make it to hell is by supporting #LGBTQI
Sign me up, I want to meet Satan!” She tweeted.
See her tweet below :
I’m told the easiest and fastest way to make it to hell is by supporting #LGBTQI
Sign me up, I want to meet Satan!
— I’m from 🇬🇭 and Proudly Poor 🙏🏿❤️ (@Bridget_Otoo) February 25, 2021
According to Ibrahim, there are top officials in Ghana who are queer and they must speak up or risk being exposed.
For her, there were more important things to be done in Ghana than spending time to close the office.