UK-based Ghanaian gospel artist, philanthropist, author, and TV presenter, Sonnie Badu has added his voice to the ongoing debate on LGBTQ+ in Ghana. Sonnie Badu says he thinks he has a solution to the debate ongoing in the country.
In an Instagram post sighted by trendygh.com, the singer suggests that, all foreign countries that want to enforce the law should make asylum visas available so those who are practicing it will travel to all respective countries and live there permanently.
He also says if this happens, a lot of people would turn into LGBTQ+ by force, because life Africa can be hell where basic human rights are denied.
He again added that most young men women engage in the act do it for survival.
Read his post below:
“I think I have a solution for this LGBTQ bruhaha going on in Ghana. It’s culture versus enforcement, so this is the solution since some of the ministers of state are being denied visa for this reason.
All the foreign countries that want to enforce that law should make asylum visas available so those who are practicing it will travel to all respective countries to live permanently, and also get better medication for diseases like HIV, and better Mens dross should they need it … ( 😜lol people go turn LGBT by force ) because life can be hell in Africa where basic human right privileges are denied;
but on the serious note it will bring peace … lol Also from what I know a lot of young men got introduced to this by some rich men who promised to help them 🤔 So most of the young men and women do it to survive.
With this I believe there will be peace because there are more pressing issues in Ghana than this battle. #BaduWrites#SonnieBadu”