The Founder and General Overseer of the Rivers of Life International Ministry, Bishop George Nii Aryeh, has condemned the opening of an office and activities of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) in Ghana.
He observed in an interview with Ghananewsonline.com.gh, at his winneba based chapel that, the activities are an affront to Ghana’s long cherished religious values, customs and traditions as well as the laws of the country. The actions he said is completely at varriance with the laws of God as spelt out in the Holy Bible with regards to God’s plan for creation and the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman.
The Bishop who expressed relief after the declaration of the President on this issue was quick to caution the leadership of the country not to secretly work for the success of the LGBTQI in Ghana and that they should desist from receiving donations from such groups for any purpose.
After serveral calls on the President to declare his position on the activities of the LGBTQI, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has categorically stated that “I have said it before and I will say it again, LGBTQI will never be legalized under my presidency”.
According to the man of God if “we do not take actions quickly to erase these abominable act from Ghana, we will invite the anger of God. God will in June visit Ghana with a severe rainfall which will cause disaster in the country. The only way to avert this disaster is to first of all advocate for Parliament to pass the anti-advocacy law approving a stiffer punishment to arrest all those advocating for the LGBTQI”.
He charged Ghanaians to pray to break every strong hands pushing for the agenda, stating that we should never think of fighting the plans of God.
Bishop George Nii Aryeh revealed that this lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender and queer intersex advocacy has been imbibed in to cartoons that children are watching. He chargwd parents to be interested in the kind of things their children watch on television.
By William Dei Gyau