UK’s Seb Dance, Sam George, trade words over LGBTQI+
British Labour Party politician, Mr Seb Dance has lock horns with Ghana’s Member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram Constituency, Mr Samuel Nartey George over his position on the LGBQI right in the country.
Mr George, a leading member in the formulation of a 36-page bill yet to be sent to Parliament for consideration to criminalise LGBTQI+ had been on the neck of everybody who had expressed varied view as far as the LGBTQI+ was concerned including Mr Dance who is a guy.
Mr Dance, a former member of the European Parliament in reaction to the Ningo Prampram MPs stance described it as backwards colonial legacies that have damaged many lives.
He wrote “What an appalling way to treat your fellow human beings. I hope you come to your senses and reconsider rather than build on backward, colonial legacies that have damaged and limited the lives of so many. Where is the love?”
However, Mr Nartey Gorge in response wrote response noted he would be pleased if the UK politician and his legislative fellows would legalised polygamy a practice common and acceptable in the Ghanaian traditional society.
“I would be glad when you and your fellow MEPs come to your senses and legalise polygamy. Can you show me the science or common sense behind your criminalisation of polygamy? You may think yourselves so wise but the joke is on you mate. The love is in common sense,” his response reads.
The two went on in many other conversation throwing words at each other in a twitter post sighted by GhanaPlus.com