The Okaikwei Central constituency youth organizer for New Patriotic Party, Oliver Ofori Baah, has indicated on Frontline on Rainbow Radio that the alleged lesbians who were arrested yesterday for organising a wedding should be punished under our laws.
He described same-sex relationships as an affront to our laws and a dangerous act that should not be entertained by anyone.
The Police in Obomeng a suburb in Kwahu in the Eastern region has arrested some Ghanaian Lesbians who allegedly gathered to hold a wedding ceremony over the weekend.
The Police got a hint from the Chiefs in the area that some lesbians who had rented a house in the area were organising the marriage ceremony.
The Police were, however, forced to grant the alleged lesbians bail due to the unavailability of a female cell at the station.
Chief of Obomeng Nana Effah Opinamang III confirmed that the incident was an affront to the culture and beliefs of the people and admonished the Police to deal with them.
Reacting, Oliver Ofori Baah described the issue as disgusting, terrible and evil.
According to him, Ghanaians should not mince words in speaking against these evil practices.
He said Ghanaians should also be alert and monitor the movement and behaviour of their children to prevent this evil practice.
He was happy the Police arrested the ladies and has asked them to take steps in prosecuting them.
”The laws of Ghana is against same-sex relationships. So I am happy the ladies have been arrested. I will encourage the Police to deal with them ruthlessly. They should not be spared,” he added.