President Akufo Addo Doesn’t Have the Courage to Say His Position on the Anti-LGBTQ Bill – Asiedu Nketiah

asiedu nketiah goes blunt on president akufo addo ’s anti lgbtq bill position

NDC Chairman Johnson Asiedu Nketiah Accuses President Akufo Addo of Avoiding Stance on Anti-LGBTQ+ Bill.

Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, commonly known as General Mosquito and serving as the National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has recently criticized President Nana Akufo-Addo’s perceived reluctance to openly declare his stance on the controversial anti-LGBTQ+ bill.

 The bill which has sparked outcry from the Ghana’s LGBTQ+ fraternity is yet to be assented by the president of Ghana as many express skepticism following warning from the U.S. and other individuals.

Speaking during an interview on Asempa FM on Wednesday, March 27, Mr. Asiedu Nketiah emphasized President Akufo-Addo’s alleged lack of courage in addressing the contentious legislation directly.

During the interview, Nketiah suggested that President Akufo-Addo’s avoidance of taking a clear stance on the anti-LGBTQ+ bill might be a strategic maneuver to sidestep accountability.

By refraining from openly addressing the bill, Nketiah implied that the president may be attempting to evade the responsibility of publicly declaring his position on a divisive issue within Ghanaian society.

The remarks made by Johnson Asiedu Nketiah highlight growing tensions surrounding the anti-LGBTQ+ bill and raise questions about the transparency and leadership of President Akufo-Addo’s administration.

Remarks Made by Johnson Asiedu Nketiah in Criticizing President Akufo Addo Over Anti-LGBTQ Bill

The truth is that he doesn’t have the courage to say his position on the bill. That is why he wants to shift that responsibility to the judiciary or another person so he can later go and stand somewhere to say that he didn’t sign the bill. If he wanted to do something about the bill, he would have done it,” 


He doesn’t want people to know that he is not in support of the anti-LGBT+ bill that is why there are some heddles. That is the truth. If he had been able to stand his ground to say that he was not in support of the bill, his MPs would have also stood their ground to say that they were not in support.


But he is not able to say that and his MPs also do not want to disagree for them to be tagged as opposed to the bill. In parliament, they all say they agree but when they move out, they act differently,” 


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