George, a gay British rapper, has written a love song for President Akufo-Addo in an attempt to convince him to embrace the LGBT community’s raging agenda.
“Well, there’s still work to be done, and I’ve worked on this on Ghana because there’s a lot of oppression of LBGQ+ people in Ghana, so I’ve done a song where I’m singing to the president, and I’ve used his name Nana Akufo-Addo in the song,” Boy George said in a viral video seen .
He gave an explanation. “I sing to you, Mr Nana Akufo-Addo, all love is real… How can it be that I sing to you and you know what I’m singing about?” parts of the song stated However, when the host of the show asked Boy George if President Akufo-Addo had heard the album, he responded, “I hope so.”
Boy George is the latest in a long line of lobbyists hired by the LGBTQ community to persuade President Akufo Addo to legalize their practices in Ghana’s deeply conservative society.
Unnatural canal sex is punishable by imprisonment in Ghanaian laws and is deemed to be against the country’s socio-cultural and religious norms and teachings, so the latest step could be justified.