According to him, stakeholder consultations are also ongoing and the results will feed into a Bill that will eventually be passed into law by the 8th Parliament.
These were contained in a statement signed by Mr Bagbin in response to a petition by one Emmanuel Abankwah Kesse, a political activist in the Eastern Region.
Mr Kesse had appealed to Parliament to amend the country’s human rights law to fight activities of LGBTQI+ and their presence in Ghana.
Mr Bagbin, in his letter, appreciated the concerns raised by the petitioner about activities of the LGBTQI+ groups.
He stated that the phenomenon should not be encouraged or accepted by “our society” due to its eventual negative impact on society.
Read the statement below: