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President Akufo-Addo’s Alleged ‘Side Chick’ Is A Lesbian – Is This Why NPP Appears To Be Dragging Its Feet On Anti-LGBTQI Bill?



Since news of President Akufo-Addo’s alleged close affair with one Serwaa Broni became public few days ago, public interest has intensified in the matter.

Many Ghanaians have wondered the truth or otherwise of the allegations, considering the fact that promiscuity has never been part of the allegations levelled against the President in his long political career.

However, details have emerged which suggest that the lady at the center of the brouhaha, Serwaa Broni is actually a lesbian and may even be in a same-sex marriage.

Recently, photographs have emerged of Ms. Serwaa Broni with her lesbian partner. 

The pictures appear to be the official wedding of Serwaa Broni and her masculine-looking partner. In it, President Akufo Addo’s accuser was dressed in a wedding gown and her partner dressed in a colourful tuxedo, romantically pouring wine for her Lesbian partner.

This has led to many Ghanaians wondering if this may be a reason why the NPP appear to be indirectly dragging their feet in the anti-LGBTQI bill being pushed by some members of Parliament.

Apart from members on the NDC side, led by Ningo Prampram MP, Sam George who appear to be defending the bill with all their might, the NPP side appear to be largely indifferent.

With many wondering why all architecture design contracts under this government is mostly awarded to Sir David Adjaye, a well-known gay activist, it raises even more eyebrows that a person alleged to be having an amorous relationship with the President is also a lesbian.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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