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“Those Who Support The Anti-LGBTQI+ Bill Are Anti-Christ.” – Kofi Jumah1 min read

“Those Who Support The Anti-LGBTQI+ Bill Are Anti-Christ.” – Kofi Jumah<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>

The Managing Director of GIHOC Distilleries Limited Maxwell Kofi Jumah says anybody who supports the anti-gay bill is an anti-Christ, no matter your pedigree, position, religion, or political party affiliation.

In an interview with Adwoa Adubia on Adubia TV, Kofi Ghana—as he is fondly known—spoke about how the anti-gay bill violates the rights of LGBTQI+ activists and makes life in Ghana challenging for them. The bill has caused significant controversy in the nation.

He went on to say that it is a complete violation of their rights for landlords to be required to report gays or lesbians living in their homes.

Maxwell Kofi Jumah believes that all Ghanaians should be treated as equals, regardless of their sexual orientation. He finds it painful that the country’s laws do not protect these individuals, and he views this as concerning.

He counselled pastors and Christians to stop passing laws that would kill or incriminate LGBTQI+ people and instead to leave the LGBTQI+ community to God.

“Jesus said that those without sin should cast the first stone and that we should not judge; instead, we should leave them to their God. Lesbians and gay people have rights.”

The former lawmaker for Asokwa Constituency claims that the anti-gay bill is a bad law and that pastors and Christians should defend the LGBTQI+ community instead of supporting it.