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COMOG Reiterates Support for Fight Against LGBTQI+ and Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Value Bill in Ghana

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The Coalition of Muslim Organisations, Ghana (COMOG) has once again expressed its support for the fight against the practice of LGBTQI+ in Ghana and the “Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Value Bill” currently before Parliament.

As a member of the “Coalition on Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Value”, which comprises other faith-based institutions, COMOG has emphasized its duty to protect the sanctity of the religion of Islam, cultural values, and the welfare of children.

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The organization has pledged to support all personalities, especially Members of Parliament from both the NDC and NPP, who are sponsoring the bill to ensure its passage in the shortest possible time.

COMOG is a non-partisan organization that is motivated solely by its commitment to protecting the sanctity of cultural values and the future of children in Ghana. The organization has therefore called on all delegates from both the NDC and NPP to consider the interest of protecting cultural values and elect candidates who will associate themselves with the fight against the desecration of Ghana’s cultural values and belief systems.

The coalition has affirmed that it is their duty to ensure that everything legally possible is done to prevent the introduction and practice of homosexuality, lesbianism, and its associated activities in Ghana.

For the most part, the organization has urged Ghanaians to be vigilant and resolute in the fight against LGBTQI+ and the promotion of foreign values that conflict with Ghana’s religious and cultural beliefs.

COMOG has also assured the public of its unwavering support to any individual or group in the struggle against the practice and promotion of LGBTQI+ in Ghana.

In a nutshell, the organization has commended the eight Members of Parliament (MPs) who sponsored the bill in Parliament and deserve the support of all Ghanaians who cherish cultural values and religious beliefs.

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