Two Ghanaian homosexuals have openly expressed much excitement in the idea of legalizing the act following constant pressure from the Western World for some African countries including Ghana to endorse.
In an interview with Adom FM’s Kofi Adomah Nwanwanii, the two, shared their stories on how they got involved in the act and how ‘positively’ it has impacted on them, urging government to legalize.
The Homosexuals- Janet (In white dress with pink hood) and Kwame (in suit with red hood)
Janet, 45, who hid her identity while speaking in her Twi dialect, claimed she became a pro in the lesbian act from Senior High School, said has been able to satisfy lots of rich single women in her country.
According to her, some of her clients are ministers in government and MPs including some radio presenters.
In the interview, she revealed that she has been able to convert more than 3,000 women and still counting to reach her target.
She said, “Were you there, when God created Adam and Eve and you will come and tell me that, God made Adam and Eve to marry? And who says being a lesbian is wrong, show me where it is stated in the bible.”
The 45-year-old woman was also accompanied by a gay man, Kwame Mensah, who disclosed that, with the help of creams, his anus has widened enough to receive any size of a man’s penis.
“I take care of my family and am not working too, so I don’t think, I can take care of a woman.” “I don’t want broken heart and woman can’t satisfy me either. I go to church and I pay my tithe alright, so who is he to judge me.”
“I choose the kind of men I want, and my anus can take any size, no matter how huge the person may be.”
Kwame, a gay, revealed that he got into the act due to poverty following his encounter with a rich man who defiled him severally and helped him earn a living in return.
He also rebuked the claims that homosexuality is an evil practice, saying it was never stated in the bible.
He emphatically said” everybody has got choices, you choose what to do and what not to do, this is what i love and choose to do, so people should eschew over criticizing us. life is all about choices”
Some Ghanaians who were interviewed on the show, expressed their worry and disappointment in the two for happily engaging and endorsing homosexuality.
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