I will fight anti-LGBTQ+ Bill with my last blood – Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi

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Board member of the LGBTQ+ Rights Ghana, Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi, has said that she will use every energy she has to fight the anti-gay bill proposed by the Parliament of Ghana.

Earlier this year, the Speaker of Parliament received a private member bill from some MPs that seeks to criminalize LGBTQ+ and adjacent activities.

But Va-Bene describes the bill as hateful and has added that all those who argue in favour of the bill do so without substance.

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Speaking on how she is likely to react if this bill is passed into law, she shared with Sefa Danquah on the Happy Morning Show: “I don’t know what I will do yet but that is never going to change my position on this bill and that will not change my sexuality and gender. Therefore, I will have to fight until the last blood drops.”

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