Don’t build the cathedral with LGBTQ money – Captain Smart to Akufo-Addo

Don’t build the cathedral with LGBTQ money – Captain Smart to Akufo-Addo

“Those of you who have started negotiating for the LGBT money should be careful,” Captain Smart said.

Captain Smart, host of ‘Maakye’, Onua TV/FM’s morning show has cautioned President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo not to bow to the pressure from LGBTQ+ advocates to accept their offer.

The controversial broadcaster asserts the apostles of homosexuality are proposing a sponsorship for the construction of the national cathedral to grease the grounds for them to push their agenda.

During his rants Tuesday, October 12, 2021 on the show, Mr. Smart said “I will never stop saying it because I know what I’m saying.”

“Be vigilant not to build the National Cathedral with gay money. Those of you who have started negotiating for the LGBT money should be careful. Nana Addo, stay alert or else, you’ll go and take gays money to build the cathedral,” he advised.

He then prayed the citizenry to remember the president on their knees to overcome the mounted persuasion to legalise homosexuality.

“Those of you who know how to pray should remember the president, because there is pressure on him to legalise LGBT. The source of the pressure is too much and if we joke, Nana Addo can’t handle it,” he urged.

One of the repercussions of legalising LGBTQ+ for the NPP according to Captain Smart is costing them subsequent elections.

“Nana if you don’t stand firm, you’ll push NPP to opposition for so many years because, already, you’ve placed the opposition seat before the party and it’s left with us sitting on it when the song for the musical chair stops,” he noted.

In his suggestion, he said “we have 712,000 pastors in Ghana. Church of Pentecost alone we have over 14,000 so how much would we get if each pastor give GH₵1,000.00 towards the cathedral?

The Bill, tagged Anti LGBTQ+ bill, has received several memoranda from the public after it was presented to Parliament as a private member bill with Ningo Prampram MP, Sam George, leading the course.

Amongst the memoranda are two separate ones presented by two groups constituting 15 academics, lawyers, professors and other respectable portfolios sparking an unending debate in the country.

Churches such as the Church of Pentecost, Anglican, the Catholic Bishops Conference and others have also declared their support for the passage of the bill as well as some traditional authorities.

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