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A Letter to Mensah Thompson.

Dear Thomson,

Afternoon greetings from this side. Hope you are progressing admirably.

Senior, with all due respect, the president of the republic was not voted into the office to regulate the exercises of Lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transsexuals. The over 6,000,000  Ghanaians who voted in favor of him, placed their trust, which remembers our way of life and legacy to his hands.

Shame on to the individuals who have gotten the effrontery to politicize this issue. By the way, our whines and disappointments about this issue have not been directed to your office. We need solutions, not superfluous Lamentations and name-calling. There is a colloquialism that, “sitting quietly is better than the alternative.” At times, it’s smarter to stay silent than to make superfluous noise…which is probably going to contaminate the air.

Over politicization of this matter will make a lean course for them to go through. All in all, we can battle this without political interest.

Keep in mind, LGBTQ has no political tones, and can not be found in our social settings. We ought to be careful with what we say, and how we address things as well.

Indeed, you are politically persuaded, however, I believe it’s an ideal opportunity to remove your political lens as this issue is concerned.

From where I sit, I think a fat “payo” can fill an empty stomach.


Adjei Boakye.
A friend.
No. Ak-447,
Akobam street.

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