A group of traditional healers in Ghana have threatened to curse any president who does not sign an anti-LGBTQ bill into law. The bill, which is currently being considered by Parliament, would make it illegal to practice or promote LGBTQ+ activities in the country.
The traditional healers, who are members of the Traditional Healers Association, say they believe that LGBTQ+ activities are harmful to Ghanaian society and that they will not tolerate them. They have vowed to use their powers to curse any president who does not sign the bill into law.
The bill has been met with mixed reactions from Ghanaians. Some people support the bill, while others believe that it is discriminatory and violates the rights of LGBTQ+ people. The bill is currently being debated in Parliament, and it is not clear whether it will be passed into law.
The traditional healers’ threat to curse any president who does not sign the bill is a serious one. In Ghana, traditional beliefs are still very strong, and many people believe that curses can have real consequences. The president of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has not yet said whether he will sign the bill into law. If he does not, he could face the wrath of the traditional healers.
The debate over the anti-LGBTQ bill in Ghana is a complex one. There are strong arguments on both sides of the issue. It is important to remember that LGBTQ+ people are human beings who deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.