Former Deputy Upper East Regional Minister Frank Adongo Fuseini Joins Watch Your Tongue Campaign, Kicks Against LGBTQ+
Former Deputy Upper East Regional Minister, Hon Frank Fuseini Adongo has stated that the activities of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) will not be tolerated in the country describing it as evil and demonic.
He said the endorsement of such activities will incur the anger of God upon the nation.
Hon Frank Fuseini Adongo who was the former Zebilla Member of Parliarment, said he is optimistic and trusted that his colleagues in Parliament will do everything possible for the Anti-LGBT Bill to be pass to criminalize such activities in the country.
He explained that Ghana is not and will not be ready to welcome any foreign culture that will hurt and destroy the faith and believes of the citizens.
Hon Frank Fuseini Adongo was speaking at an outreach sensitisation program on the effect of the human tongue dubbed “Pleasant words, Safe World” organized by Watch Your Tongue Campaign Volunteers at Boankra in the Ejisu Municipality of the Ashanti Region.
COMMENDATION AND ENDORSEMENT.
Commending and endorsing the ‘Watch Your Tongue Campaign’ the Former Zebilla Legislator urged Ghanaians to get involved in the campaign by speaking pleasant words to fellow citizens, friends and even their opponents especially in this political life of Ghana.
Hon Frank Fuseini Adongo urged Ghanaians to be mindful of their utterances to avoid chaos befalling the Country.
The Former Lawmaker reprimanded the gathering to bear in mind that the tongue and for that matter words they speak can either destroy or heal, so Ghanaians must be part of the healing process.
Hon Frank Fuseini Adongo told Hello/Peace Fm Rexkin Ohene Boateng at sidelined that Ghana would be a better place for all to live in if Ghanaians watched their speeches
The group is made up of hundreds of volunteers from across the country and led by a Police Officer, Inspector Daniel Ofori-Appiah.
Inspector Ofori-Appiah said, the campaign, which was introduced in 2015 was to inculcate in the populace the habit of using pleasant language in their day-to-day activities.
He explained that the campaign is also to sensitise the citizenry on acceptable language use, both written and spoken, on social and traditional media, as well as gestures to foster unity amongst the people, irrespective of tribe, religion or political affiliation.
As part of their slogan “write right” Inspector Ofori-Appiah unveiled that the campaign has taken an initiative to organize an outreach program to provide mathematical instruments (maths set) dubbed ” one candidate, one mathematical set for Basic Education Certificate Examination, BECE Candidates to cement and prepare the young people to write right.
filed for Heroesghnews.com by Rexkin Ohene Boateng Hello Fm, Kumasi.