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Bawumia Was Definite On LGBTQ Unlike Mahama’s Flip-flops–Paul Kwabena Yandoh

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The Ashanti Regional Communications Director of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Paul Kwabena Yandoh has commended Dr Mahamodu Bawumia for being forthright and definite about his stance against homosexuals.

Speaking to this reporter over the weekend,  Mr Yandoh said the NPP flag-bearer was emphatic against homosexuals, adding that he also expressed his abhorrence against their practices.

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He noted that Dr Bawumia stated that as a person and someone who believed in the tenets of the Islamic faith he does not support homosexuality or anything related to same.

“We in the NPP are so happy that not only did our flag-bearer state his position on the LGBTQ matter clearly but he also underscored his abhorrence to the practice of same”, Mr Yandoh stressed.

Mahama’s Flip-flops:

Mr Yandoh said unlike the NPP flag-bearer,  former President Mahama of the NDC has been seen publicly to be associated with Andrew Solomon, a gay rights proponent and practitioner.

The NPP Communications Director said aside his public association, Mr Mahama was seen fumbling on his stance when he was President by saying he would stick to what the people of Ghana say in the Constitution.

This, Mr Yandoh interpreted meant that he as a person does not have abhorrence or anything against persons who seek homosexual rights.

“You cannot be stating the Constitution which seemed not to be strong on the matter of homosexuality until the recent amended one in Parliament and use that as a cover”, Mr Yandoh posited.

Community Engagements:

Mr Yandoh said the NPP had so much to share with the Ghanaian public regarding its two term in governance and would use that to win the upcoming elections in December.

He noted that the party had thus designed a community engagement schedule for Ashanti and the other 15 regions where it will showcase the initiatives, programmes and projects it has been able to carry out since 2017.

The rationale for the community engagement, Mr Yandoh stated was to remind Ghanaians about the performance of the NPP in government for the two terms it had served.

“We are taking governance to the doorsteps of the people in our communities so that we can account and showcase to them what we’ve been able to do with the mandate they gave to us and we are glad that the Asokwa community and others we’ve visited commended us for our efforts”, Mr Yandoh indicated.

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,


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