Prophet Victor Kusi Boateng, the Founder and General Overseer of Power Chapel Worldwide, says rather than fighting the members of the LGBTQ community, Ghanaians should show love to them.
According to the Prophet, there are no levels of sin, and people against the act should find a different and better approach to win them over.
Speaking to Nana Aba Anamoah on Accra based radio station, Starr FM, on Wednesday, the acclaimed preacher said “I don’t think there are levels of sin. I am not endorsing the act, I don’t hate them. Some people are drunkards, some are armed robbers and they are living so we should allow them to live and find a way to win them to Christ”.
“We need to show them love so we can win them to Christ rather than letting the world know they are not human, they deserve to live just like armed robbers. Drunkards are living, they are humans too. We need to find a better approach to lead them to Christ,” he added.
His comments come in the wake of the controversial anti-gay bill laid before Ghana’s Parliament. The bill which has received a lot of international criticism increases penalties and criminalizes the promotion of the LGBT movement. It has however had its first reading in parliament.