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At Least 400 Homosexuals Surrender For Counselling


Four hundred homosexuals have enrolled with the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family (NCPHSRFV) to experience willful advising and transformation.

Making this known at the first regional media consultative gathering in Cape Coast for religious and traditional pioneers a week ago Thursday, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the coalition, Mr Moses Foh-Amoaning, said the guiding session for the 400 gay people would be held at an undisclosed venue in the nation.

The theme for the gathering was: “Investigating the Myths Surrounding the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Rights”.

Four hundred Homos

“I should state these 400 people intentionally surrendered themselves and enlisted with the coalition to experience guiding after a sexual evangelism program as of late,” he said.

The coalition, which was introduced on December 18, 2013, has as its vital destinations to commandingly verbalize the right position on appropriate human sexual conduct, set forward an all around contemplated and educated position against the alleged “gay rights”.

Sexual treatment

Mr Foh-Amoaning said the coalition would set up a Holistic Sexual Therapy Unit at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) to manage casualties of homosexuality.

The unit, he expressed, would include psychiatrics, clinicians, restorative specialists, religious leaders and specialists in customary solution.

He uncovered that the coalition was additionally starting a task to connect with customary committees, places of boss and lawmakers to lead the battle.


Mr Foh-Amoaning said that a colloquium would be held in October, this year, where an extensive paper would be tabled and submitted to the Minister of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs on homosexuals.

“A bill known as ‘Who is on the Lord’s Side’ will at that point be presented in Parliament for ensuing entry into law. We will make our discipline remedial rather than correctional,” he said.


A guest from the Philippines, Rev. Manuel Magabulo, who said he had been ‘gay’ for a long time, expressed that, “no one had been made to be a gay.”

The Tufuhene of Oguaa Traditional Area, Nana Kwame Edu VI, forewarned the young against taking part in such undesirable practices and swore the chamber’s help to stop the training.

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