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Ghanaian Musician Sister Deborah Unhappy About The Passage Of The Anti-LGBTQ Bill, Laments On X

 

Sister Deborah laments about the passage of the anti-lgbtq Bill Taking to her X account, human rights advocate Sister Deborah highlighted some developmental challenges plaguing this country.

She ironically talked about the passage of the Bill solving those issues. Some of these issues the Odolastic crooner mentioned were the poor state of the roads across the country, the lack of medical facilities and education, the threat of illegal mining known as galamsey to the environment, and portable water.

“The passage of the bill will fix the roads, build hospitals and schools, ensure that there’s potable water in every community, clean all the polluted rivers, stop Galamsey.”

Other issues she raised in her message on X included:

“Provide jobs for the youth, solve the plastic pollution menace, take the kids off the streets and also solve light off issue lmao.” 

Below is the statement Sister Deborah made when parliament passed the anti-LGBTQ Bill.

 

Reactions as Sister Deborah shared her views on the passage of the anti-LGBTQ Bill 

Below are the thoughts from Ghanaians concerning Sister Deborah’s views on the passage of the anti-LGBTQ Bill in Ghana.

@bandile_bellos said: 

It will not solve all these problems. In fact our infrastructural problems might not even be solved in the next 20 years but a country can only be built on protecting our Values and ensuring systems work! Hope this helps

YG_Tha_gOD said:

The Ghanaian government is so disappointing. this is a sad day.

@king__Ge0rge said: So will the non-passage of the bill also fix the roads and build schools and hospitals?

 

Source: YEN.com.gh

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