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Ghana won’t accept any ‘alien’ sexual orientation – Prof. Gyampo warns LGBTQI champions

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Ghana won’t accept any ‘alien’ sexual orientation – Prof. Gyampo warns LGBTQI champions

Ghana won’t accept any ‘alien’ sexual orientation – Prof. Gyampo warns LGBTQI champions

Lecturer at the University of Ghana Political Science Department Prof Ransford Gyampo has asked people shoving down homosexuality the throat of Ghanaians to put an end to it.

According to him, even without the argument of God or the fact that it goes against the culture of the people of Ghana, it will not stand the test of time.

According to him, the people of Ghana will reject the alien sexual orientation no matter what.

In a post he shared on social media, the Political Scientist said “In Ghana, apart from our religious and cultural upbringings that frown on LGBT, we are merely a Transitional Democracy. I, therefore, expect those trying, surreptitiously and openly to arrogantly impose such crude and unorthodox carnal tendencies on us, to tone down, because they simply can’t work with us. With or without God; with or without Government, the people would reject such an arrogant imposition”.

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Stages of Democratic Progression and Human Rights.

An extensive search of the Political Science literature on Democracy shows that there are four main stages of Democratic Progression. Each stage has an implication for human rights.

The First Stage is called Authoritarianism. This is simply explained in terms of a system of government, that favors or enforces strict obedience to authority at the expense of personal freedom and human rights. The exercise of Political Rights as well as Economic, Social, and Cultural (ECOSOC) Rights are either non-existent or not tolerated under Authoritarianism. Regimes in Ghana, that exhibited authoritarian tendencies include the Nkrumah regime and the other military interventions that punctuated our efforts at democratization.

The Second Stage of Democratic Progression is called Transitional/Electoral Democracy. Countries under this democratic phase extol the virtues of Political Rights. Here, the main focus is the conduct of periodic elections, regardless of whether they are free and fair. The rights to free speech, form, or join a political party of one’s choice are hesitantly guaranteed. However, ECOSOC rights are either nonexistent or completely under-developed. These rights are therefore not asserted by the citizenry, and even when they are granted on a very infinitesimal scale, they are subserviently perceived by the citizenry as privileges, for which some ignorant people tend to be overly grateful politicians.

The Third Stage is called Liberal Democracy. As Transitional Democracies grow for, say, over 200 years, ECOSOC rights become fully developed and are fully accessed as of rights by the citizenry. In addition, the exercise of Political Rights is fully developed to the point that elections are seamless and they are by default, free, fair, peaceful, and transparent. All other political rights are fully developed and guaranteed.

The Fourth Stage is called Advanced Liberal Democracy. At this stage, all the features of the Third Stage are fully consolidated. In addition, citizens at this stage claim ownership and access to ALL and everything they can claim to be a right, sometimes beyond the imagination of normal human reasoning, (particularly among the citizenry of the First Three Stages of Democratic Stages). It is at this stage of Democratic Progression that human beings can openly sleep with animals and insist they have the right to do so. It is at this Stage that LGBTs thrive and impose responsibility on the State to guarantee them as rights.

In Ghana, apart from our religious and cultural upbringings that frown on LGBT, we are merely a Transitional Democracy. I, therefore, expect those trying, surreptitiously and openly to arrogantly impose such crude and unorthodox carnal tendencies on us, to tone down, because they simply can’t work with us. With or without God; with or without Government, the people would reject such an arrogant imposition.

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66-year-old Manhyia stool attendant remanded for fraud

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Nana Yaw Addai was said to have fraudulently forged documents for a piece of land he sold twice

A 66-year-old stool attendant (Ahenkwaa) at the Manyhia palace in Kumasi, has been remanded into prison custody by the Nkawie Circuit for fraudulent land deals.

Nana Yaw Addai was said to have fraudulently forged documents and sold a piece of land at Denkyemmuoso in the Atwima-Kwanwoma District.

He pleaded not guilty and would reappear before the court presided by Mr. Michael Johnson Abbey on April 28, this year.

Detective Inspector Francis Opoku of the Ghana Police Service told the court that the complainant was a medical practitioner at the Suntreso Government Hospital in Kumasi.

He said in 2008, the complainant acquired a building plot numbered 25 at Denkyemmuoso Extension from Nana Kwadwo Agyeibi II and other principal members of the stool.

Inspector Opoku said the complainant molded about 3000 blocks to start building but met one Joseph Evans Donkor on the plot who claimed to have also bought the same piece of land from the accused person at a cost of GHC80,000.00.

The prosecution said a report was made to the Abuakwa police who arrested the accused and in his caution statement admitted the offence and was charged before the court.

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Dr. Kwaku Oteng surprises Kuami Eugene with brand new Range Rover Velar 2020

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Dr. Kwaku Oteng surprises Kuami Eugene with brand new Range Rover Velar 2020

The CEO and founder of Angel Group of Companies, Dr. Kwaku Oteng has gifted a brand new Range Rover Velar 2020, to talented and versatile musician Kuami Eugene, who is signed under the Lynx Entertainment Record Label.

Kuami Eugene who happens to be the brand ambassador for Adonko Next Level Energy Drink received the gift in a short ceremony in Accra.

Dr. Kwaku Oteng surprises Kuami Eugene with brand new Range Rover Velar 2020

During the short event, Kuami Eugene who was present together with some members of Lynx Entertainment confessed their utmost thanks to Dr. Kwaku Oteng and his entire team.

According to close sources, Dr. Kwaku Oteng has been touched by the great work Kuami Eugene has done for his Adonko Next Level Brand, taking it to the world.

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Lack Of Funds Cause Of Recent Dumsor – John Jinapor claims

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Lack Of Funds Cause Of Recent Dumsor: Former Deputy Minister of Energy, John Jinapor has disclosed that the challenge with the energy sector has to do with the congestion in the transmission lines and not the generation of electric power.

According to him, the Akufo-Addo government for more than two years has not carried out any maintenance activities and upgraded the transmission system of GRIDCo due to lack of money.

Speaking on Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’ Morning Show, the lawmaker for Yapei/Kusawgu Constituency maintained that the current power outage is a result of the high tensions from GRIDCo being congested for over a period of time due to the fact that there are not enough funds to upgrade the system and do maintenance.

“But the truth of the matter in this power outage is that the high tension from the GRID is congested; that is the fact and it has been congested for over a period of time and that is why from time to time, GRIDCo should have money to upgrade their system and do maintenance so that we don’t experience such a situation in the country,” he asserted.

He, however, blamed President Akufo-Addo for the lack of money for GRIDCo to carry out its maintenance policy and upgrading as the President went to Parliament to announce the reduction of electricity tariffs to score political points at the detriment of the utility companies.

“When President Akufo-Addo went to Parliament to say that he has reduced electricity tariffs, the GRIDCo CEO was not happy with the President on that decision because the company needs money to maintain the high tension. The NPP scored political points out of the reduction in the electricity tariffs and Ghanaians were happy but the downside is that the utility companies need money to upgrade their systems,” he indicated.

“Transmission lines do not get congested overnight because the demand will continue to increase and so it has gotten to a point where the transmission lines cannot carry the load again. The only way it will be able to carry the load is to reduce the load on the transmission and if that happens, some people will experience lights-out and that is what they don’t want to do, and so we are experiencing low and high voltage due to the pressure on the transmission lines,” he explained.

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