“Only 30 UN member states cannot impose LBGT right on 168 countries” –lawyer fumes
As the heat still lingers on, some 30 member states of the United Nation (UN) are still pushing for the legalization of The Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender (LBGT) law.
A private legal practitioner and a lecture at the Ghana law school, lawyer Moses Foh Amoaning, who doubles as the executive secretary and spokesperson for the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values has stated that some few member states of the United Nations are trying to impose the LBGT right law on all member states including Ghana.
Speaking at the just ended Africa region conference to discuss the way forward for Africa in this critical moment in Accra, the out spoken lawyer said the rest of the world who are against the right should stand firm and speak against it.
“the UN is made up of about 198 countries so only 30 nations cannot force us(non-gay members) to accept the LBGT law because we the opposing countries are more than the few who have accepted to implement the law in their various countries” he said
Criticizing the actions of the UN, Mr. Amoaning says the UN is using all forms of ideals to implement the law through the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and United Nations Population Fund (UNFP).
He stressed that, if possible the “non-gay members” will form their own UN and even go ahead to sue the United Nations.
Source: obuoubafm/Emmanuel Kwasi Minta