Moses Foh-Amoaning, the CEO of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family (NCPHSRFV) revealed at the first regional media consultative forum, last week Thursday that at least 400 homosexuals have registered to undergo voluntary counselling and reformation in Ghana.
Amoaning said the counselling session would be held at an undisclosed venue in the country. The theme for the forum is: “Exploring the Myths Surrounding the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Rights”.
“I must say these 400 men and women voluntarily surrendered themselves and registered to undergo counselling after a sexual evangelism programme recently. The coalition has, as its strategic objectives, to forcefully articulate the correct position on proper human sexual behaviour, put forward a well-reasoned and informed position against the so-called “gay rights” he said.
Foh-Amoaning said the coalition would set up a Holistic Sexual Therapy Unit at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) to deal with victims of homosexuality. The unit, he stated, would comprise psychiatrics, psychologists, medical doctors, religious leaders and experts in traditional medicine.
According to reports by the Daily Graphic, Foh-Amoaning disclosed that the coalition was also initiating a project to engage traditional councils, houses of chiefs and politicians to spearhead the fight. “A bill known as ‘Who is on the Lord’s Side’ will then be introduced in Parliament for subsequent passage into law. We will make our punishment corrective instead of punitive,” he noted.