The National Coalition on Proper Human Rights and Sexual Values, an NGO, has said there is a grand scheme to get the United Nations (UN) to promote the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex (LGBTI) movement globally.
Executive Secretary and National Spokesperson, Moses Foh-Amoaning, made the claim Thursday at a news conference aimed at revealing the United Nation’s alleged intention to introduce the LGBTQI through Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).
“We want to expose how the United Nations has become a propaganda tool for the propagation of and circulation of the LGBTI agenda.
“The UN is an institution and don’t forget that the UN is for all us. The UN is not for a group of people. Every country signs the treaty to become a member but our sovereignty belongs to all of us… so today, we will expose them” he stated.
Although President Akufo-Addo says his government is not willing to implement any policy aimed at defiling the moral values of children in the country, the executive chairperson who is also a lawyer insisted that it has become necessary to intensify the fight against the CSE
Mr Foh Amoaning, a lawyer, added that the coalition is bent on fighting without fear any organization seeking to promote any licentious agenda.
He also indicated that Canada’s Bureau of Compliance is another tool enforcing the LGBTQI agenda in Canada and is ensuring that anyone who protests against the LGBTQI is dealt with accordingly.
Also, he urged all Ghanaians not to politicise the matter as it is a matter that needs to be treated with all seriousness because of the implications it has on the country.
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