British singer and gay activist, Boy George has called on President Akufo-Addo to reconsider legalizing gay relations in a song.
In a recent interview on The Jonathan Ross Show, Boy George tells Jonathan about the song he’s written for the President Of Ghana to help the LGBTQ community.
According to the lead singer for pop band group, Culture Club, the composition of a song whose lyrics call for gay rights, in a bid to woo Ghana’s President to recognize and accept gay and lesbian people in the country.
In a video going viral, the singer, Boy George, who is also a gay rights activist and a part of the LQBGT community is heard singing excerpts of his composed song for President AkufoAddo.
“Well, there’s still work to be done and I have worked on this on Ghana because there’s a lot of persecution of LBGQ people in Ghana so I have done a song where I am singing to the president and I have used his name Nana Akufo-Addo in the song,” he explained.
“Mr Nana Akufo-Addo, I sing to you, all love is true…I sing to you, you know it too, how can it be?” portions of the song said.
Watch him sing the song live below.random
Having unnatural canal sex is punishable by imprisonment and considered to be against the socio-cultural and religious norms and teachings in Ghana and hence, the latest move may most probably attract controversy and some rejection by majority of Ghanaians.random