Abeiku Santana Supports LQBTQI Advocates

Media personality, Abeiku Santana says he supports the LQBTQI+ promoters. He subscribes to their opinions for their rights.

The Okay FM”s drive-time show host disclosed this while he was hosting the United. Showbiz on United Television on Saturday, November 12, 2022.

Abeiku Santana was reacting to the recent suspension of Ghanaian Youtuber, Elorm Ababio, affectionately called “Ama Governor”, from being called to the Ghana Bar by the Ghana. Legal Council (GLC).

“LGBTQI+ whatever. I have studied law and I intend to challenge the law. So, I will use myself as an example. I am a subscriber to the opinions that support the choice of people’s sexuality. I am a subscriber to it,” he asserted.
According to the award-winning presenter, there is no legal basis upon which Ama Governor was suspended.
“Which part of the law was breached and thus warranted the petitioner to initiate a formal request at the Ghana Legal. Council calling for the suspension of Ama Governor from being called to the Bar?” he quizzed.
Ama Governor’s woes started after a concerned citizen petitioned the Ghana Legal Council to abort plans to call her to the bar because she had failed the moral test to practice as a lawyer.
Social Media users believe Ama Governor was barred from the bar due to her open support towards the LGBTQI+ community.
In a video, she was seen discussing her sexuality as a bisexual while recounting her sexual experiences with both genders.
Currently, there is a three-member committee set up by the Ghana Legal Council to investigate the case.
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