Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 3.5K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! US Vice President Kamala Harris is in Africa as part of a week-long tour to strengthen our relationship in Africa for our resources. The move comes at an age when China is deepening its relationships with Russia. A game changer that sees their biggest competitor align with their biggest enemy, so the scramble and race for African resources have heightened. After the theatrical welcome with paid dancers to welcome Kamala Harris, and children made to stand in the scorching sun waving flags at her, she gave a speech on arrival where she spoke about working on the empowerment of women and youth in Ghana. More Articles You Would Love Printex In Ghana Opens New Retail Outlet In Osu 3 Designers From Radford Graduate Fashion Show 2016 Africa Needs To Look Out For This was obviously a fallacy as women entrepreneurship in the USA is 39% and in Ghana 44%. Truth be told, Kamala rather needs to come and learn about women empowerment from Ghanaians and take it back to the USA. Nonetheless, a US presidential official visiting Africa without trying to promote homosexuality, transgenders, and sexual confusion will be absolute, so it was inevitable that the issue would be brought up during her press conference with President Akufo Addo, and it was. When the question of LGBTQ was brought up Kamala Harris responded to the journalist stating “She states that she felt very strongly about the importance of supporting the freedom and fighting for the equality of all people. And she considers LGBTQ to be a human rights issue and that will not change.” The journalist who is from a democratic propaganda publication ‘The New York Times’ then posed the question to president Akufo Addo. According to the president, “We don’t have any substantial legislation here in Ghana. A bill has been proposed to the parliament of Ghana which has all kinds of ramifications and is now being considered by the parliament, it hasn’t been passed so the statement that there is legislation in Ghana to that effect is not accurate.” Watch the video below. 🚨[WATCH]🇬🇭🇺🇸: As part of @VP Kamala Harris visit to Ghana, an interaction with the press(locally & globally) was held at the President’s Jubilee House earlier today. A question about LGBTQ+ rights came up. This is what @NAkufoAddo had to say. 📹: @GTV_Ghana pic.twitter.com/asOzuNUw6t — Ölele | Deep Throat Sauce👨🏾🍳🇬🇭 (@OleleSalvador) March 27, 2023 Although President Nana Akufo Addo didn’t claim any acceptance of LGBTQ in Ghana, this was slightly a different tone to the effect of his speech back on February 27th 2021 where he made the comment…“Let me stress again, it will not be under the presidency of Nana Dankua Akufo Addo that same-sex marriage will never be legalized in Ghana, it will never happen in my time as president” Twitter users took to the social media platform to share their disappointments with the president. Many made comments referencing the fact that there could be money under the table making him sit on the fence about the issue. See comments below. He couldn't stand on his authority and tell them no. Eiii.them accept the thing be dat oo. — amolarbi (@Amolarbi10) March 27, 2023 Chairman wan cash out. He no fit give straight answer. It’s simply a YES or No answer just like how the Ugandans 🇺🇬 did it. Oga what is all this wuruwara wuruwara all about pic.twitter.com/unuarzlZzg — ⚡️KING 💦🔥💨 (@FLEXY024) March 27, 2023 She brought $139m Aid for him how will he say no… focused on his percentage of this money 💰 🤑 💸 — jah_nii_son (@jah_nii) March 27, 2023 Ah, so, is it because we’re black or because we’re in Africa Cus eiiiiA whole VP of America flow to Ghana to talk about lgbtg Look at Kenya 🇰🇪, why can’t we be same?🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️🤦🏾♂️ — mreke_sono._☘️ (@bmonstawayde) March 27, 2023 What’s with USA and forcing LGBTQ on Africans??? — XAUUSD Sniper (@marceloswis) March 27, 2023 What’s with USA and forcing LGBTQ on Africans??? — XAUUSD Sniper (@marceloswis) March 27, 2023 Addo D is always trying to play it safe because ein campaign money is at stake..Ghana is literally beyond Eei — AMA_94 (@ConduahEwurama) March 27, 2023 This is a simple yes or no question…. No need to talk plenty. This means Nana and his people has already accepted the thing. Hmm — Deriking (@Deriking3) March 27, 2023 This is a simple yes or no question…. No need to talk plenty. This means Nana and his people has already accepted the thing. Hmm — Deriking (@Deriking3) March 27, 2023 Ugandan president is the man and the best. — Bm Boakye Homicide🌚 (@HomicideBm) March 27, 2023 Ugandan president is the man and the best. — Bm Boakye Homicide🌚 (@HomicideBm) March 27, 2023 Read More Like This On Ghana Politicis UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. 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