Ghana Cautioned Against Homosexuality
From Sebastian R. Freiku, Kumasi
“Disaster is looming at our door, and our nation stands at the verge of destruction,” he said, and cautioned Ghana as to what stand it takes on homosexuality.
He said homosexuality, described as a barbaric act that cripples a nation, keeps gaining grounds to that extent that people are now bold enough to come out and advocate for such an act.
Prophet Kwarteng said even though several countries were endorsing the recognition of gay rights, following diverse reactions to the issue of gay rights, “the time has come for us, as a country, to give clarity on the issue of homosexuality.”
He said the issue of whether to accept homosexuality or not, as a nation, had been debated for far too long, and does not need to be given further discussions.
According to him, there was no future for Ghana as it stands now, because animals don’t even engage in such mating.
Sounding a word of caution based on the scriptures as in Matthew 25: 41, Prophet Kwarteng called on all serious minded Ghanaians to work against the rhetoric and hypocrisy of our leaders, and act to safeguard our country Ghana, by pushing through a case at the Supreme Court to give a ruling on this canker, and rise up to the call of righteousness.
He charged colleague men of God (my brothers and sisters in the faith) and traditional leaders to stand up and make sure they defend what they had been preaching all these years, if the government would not act, while the academia treat the condemnation of the issue with contempt.
“We cannot shame our nation in this manner, as thousands of such infectious (gays) continue to troop into our nation, after 56 years of independence.”
Prophet Kwarteng noted that the culture and beliefs seen in our dressing, our attitudes, and greetings which bond Ghanaians as a people are dying out.
He noted that men now want to be women, and women also want to be men, and that it was not surprising that the most fashionable and most adorned dresses for ladies has changed from their traditional skirt and blouse to trousers.
The Prophet noted that anything that protected females from exposing their body parts keep changing from bad to worse. The Man of God admonished Ghanaians not to make the mistake of attributing the situation to the adoption of democracy.
He noted that though the United Kingdom was practicing democracy, he was yet to see the Queen of England dress in trousers to depict her royalty.
According to Prophet Kwarteng, the Queen of England dresses decently, and warned the royal priesthood, seen as pacesetters, not to copy blindly the evil models of the world.
Prophet Kwarteng condemned the seeming empowerment of homosexuals with the preaching about democracy and human rights, and said Ghana became a signatory to the entire kingdom of darkness when President Barack Obama, the first African- American President of the USA, paid a visit to Ghana from the July 10-11, 2009.
He said in the eyes of the ordinary Ghanaian that visit was to strengthen the long existing bilateral relationship between Ghana and the United States of America, as well as showcase Ghana’s profile and foreign policy as one of the democratic countries to the international community, but said, in actual sense, “it was at this visit that the nation Ghana appended signatory to the entire kingdom of darkness.”
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