The President of the Concerned Farmers Association of Ghana has expressed his disappointment in Ghana’s Parliament and the general public for ‘wasting’ time to discuss Anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Queer (LGBTQ+) bill currently before Parliament.
Nana Opambour Boateng Bonsu II speakin on Angel FM’s Anopa Bofo said he does not fathom the reason why Ghana would want to discuss such an evil act when ‘there are other issues which can be discussed to improve upon the standard of living of Ghanaians’.
“Am very dissapointment that we voted for Parliamentarians and instead of them to discuss issues affecting the standard of living of we the citizens and also about things that will help build factories to enable us get employed, they’re not discussion it but rather discussion an evil act which people have opted to do personally. Parliament is just wasting our time,” he said.
He fumed about how Parliament has failed to become proactive in dialogueing about agriculture which is the backbone of the country.
“We don’t want this things to happen in Ghana. They should rather focus on how we can build a better Ghana like what Kwame Nkrumah did. Ghana is a farming community which we could have boost of billion stocks of maize for the benefits of other countries”
“They should reverse to their decision and discuss more of agriculture on how foods can be exported and to also make use of the sector to help reduce crime in the country,” Nana Opambour Boateng Bonsu II expressed.