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Ghana: Justice Minister-designate opposes gay rights

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  1. Michael Sargood 8 Feb 2013, 2:32pm

    Canal knowledge?

    1. Fudge McNudger 8 Feb 2013, 2:53pm

      Maybe there’s a dodgy cruisy canal nearby where all the politicians go for their ‘extramarital s’ on the way to picking their wives and children up?

      Like Manchester used to have years ago……

    2. PantoHorse 8 Feb 2013, 4:37pm

      Maybe “unnatural canal knowledge” is something like knowing a lot about what shouldn’t be in canals, like shopping trollies and old bikes?

  2. Stephen Mead 8 Feb 2013, 11:24pm

    It’s tragic and horrifying that the “cradle of civilization” remains one of the best examples of lack of compassion, ignorance and inhumanity.

  3. Homosexuality is not new in West Africa — tolerated, not repressed. It largely became an issue when the West framed the same-sex mariage as a matter of civil rights and intimidated African countries into embracing it. The pression backfired, forcing Ugadans and others to take drastic legal measures against homosexuality. Until minorities rights are seriously addressed in the West –racism in housing and labor market — the hypocritical white world is not in position to lecture anybody about human rights.

  4. AMOAH DANIEL KOMLA 11 Feb 2013, 10:38pm

    It is common knowledge that values of people make more sense than law.Our values frown upon gayism.But we should remember that men marry women and not men-men nor women-women.

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