July 25, 2024
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Dr. Opoku Prempeh is LGBTQ+ Ambassador – NDC Vice Chairman alleges

In a bold statement, NDC Northern Regional Vice Chairman, Alhassan Abdul-Mumin Amin has labelled Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, popularly known as NAPO, as an LGBTQ+ Ambassador.

According to Mr. Amin, NAPO who is now the NPP’s running mate to Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, who previously served as Ghana’s Education Minister, has been a staunch advocate for LGBTQ+ rights.

The former NDC Northern Regional Communications Officer, argues that Dr. Prempeh’s controversial attempt to introduce comprehensive sexuality education into the basic education curriculum solidified many Ghanaians’ belief that he aims to impose LGBTQ+ values on the nation, clashing with Ghana’s deeply rooted cultural and traditional values.

This move triggered widespread outrage and concern among parents, educators, and traditional leaders, who saw it as a calculated attempt to undermine the moral fabric of society.

The curriculum, at the time perceived as a Trojan horse for promoting LGBTQ+ ideologies, met significant resistance for contravening conservative cultural norms.

By championing this initiative, Dr. Opoku Prempeh earned the title of LGBTQ+ Ambassador, which many believe disqualifies him from holding significant influence in Ghana, Amin stated.

Mr. Abdul-Mumin further inferred that the former Minister for Education’s stance has alienated him from the majority of Ghanaians who uphold traditional values, casting a shadow over his integrity and moral compass.

It is crucial for leaders in Ghana to demonstrate deep respect for cultural and traditional values, but NAPO’s actions suggest a disconnect from these principles, he added.

As Dr. Opoku Prempeh steps into the role of NPP running mate, the electorate must critically evaluate his past actions and their potential implications on national policy.

According to Alhassan Abdul-Mumin Amin, NAPO’s selection as Dr. Bawumia’s running mate speaks volumes about the NPP’s stance on LGBTQ+ issues.

He also stated that Ghana deserves leaders who will preserve and protect its cultural heritage, not those who seek to erode it under the guise of modernity and progress.

Story By: Robicon Mornahson

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