According to the mother of one, in a lengthy Instagram post, all those against the LGBT community in Ghana are all “bunch of uneducated people”.
The actress believes that a lot of Ghanaians are only hating the group out of ignorance because they don’t know some of their family members living abroad and even politicians earn payments and salaries from bosses who belong to the LGBTQI community.
She further lashed out at critics of the group who are poor to concentrate on taking themselves out of poverty instead of exerting their energies on fighting and judging gays and lesbians.
However, a few minutes after making the post on social media, she quickly deleted the post due to the backlash from her followers, but the said post did not escape the sharp lense of Dikoder.com
It appears the LGBTQI community in Ghana has found favour with a number of celebrities.
Actress Juliet Ibrahim has become the latest to join Sister Derby, Bridget Otoo, Kwabena Kwabena and several others who are advocating for the rights of gays and lesbians in the country.
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