Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye, the President of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), has stated that the Council is waiting to see what the Members of Parliament will do regarding the Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, which is also referred to as the Anti-Gay Bill.
This statement was made by Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye. He stated that they are in support of the bill.
“Our stance on LGBTQI issues is crystal clear, and we have already made it abundantly clear that we support and are in favor of the measure in question.” On Sunday, April 2, he made the following statement: “We are waiting to see what our legislators will do, but I pray that they will do what is necessary.”
Apostle Gordon Kisseih, the First Vice Chair of the GPCC, stated that the Council does not take a neutral stance on issues relating to homosexuality and lesbianism. He also mentioned this.
Any attempt to change the definition of man, woman, boy, or girl, or marriage, will be an attack on the family and an attack on the foundation that holds us together as a family.
Because the family is the basic unit of life and the home is where families are nurtured, it is critical to note that any attempt to change the definition of man, woman, boy, or girl, or marriage will be an attack on the family.
“The GPCC is not impartial; the GPCC takes a position.” Let it be known to everyone that the GPCC has a position that is antagonistic toward LGBTQI.
The Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill, also known as the Anti-Gay Bill, is currently being considered for passage in Ghana’s Parliament.
The report of the committee that reviewed the bill was presented to Parliament on Friday, before it took a break for the weekend on March 31.