The Coalition of Muslim Organisations, Ghana (COMOG) wishes to express its resolve to support the
crusade against the obnoxious practice of LGBTQI+ in Ghana and by extension the “Proper Human
Sexual Rights and Family Value Bill” now lying in the parliament of Ghana.
It Is worth mentioning that, COMOG is a member of the larger “Coalition on Proper Human Sexual
Rights and Ghanaian Family Value” which comprises many other faith-based institutions working
towards the realization of the passage of the Bill, Currently in Parliament.
As a Muslim Organisation with the mandate to protect the sanctity of the religion of Islam, our cultural
values and the welfare of our children, we deem it an obligation to work around the clock to ensure that
everything legally possible is done to prevent the introduction and practice of gayism, lesbianism and it’s
associated activities in Ghana.
In pursuit of this noble agenda, we deem it expedient to support all personalities especially members of
parliament, both NDC/NPP who are sponsoring the bill to ensure its passage in the shortest possible time.
On our record, the eight (8) Members of Parliament (MPs) who sponsored the Bill in Parliament and
deserve our support are as follows;
- Hon Samuel Nartey George (Prampram)
- Hon. Dela Adjoa Sowah (Kpando)
- Hon. Alhassan Suhuyini (Tamale North)
- Hon. Emmanuel Bedzrah (Ho West)
- Hon. Rita Naa Odoley Sowah (La Dadekotopon)
- Hon. Helen Adjoa Ntoso (Krachi West)
- Hon. Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor (South Dayi)
- Hon. John Ntim Fordjour (Assin South)
It is therefore important to reiterate the point that, the Coalition of Muslim Organisations, Ghana
(COMOG) remains nonpartisan in the politics of Ghana and this sensitization program is only motivated
by our resolve to protect the sanctity of our cultural values as Ghanaians and the future of our children.
On this note, we wish to urge all delegates across the political divide (NDC/NPP) to consider the
aforementioned interest and elect candidates who will associate themselves to the fight against the act of
desecration of our cultural values and belief systems as Ghanaians.
Finally, we remain resolute in the struggle and wish all Crusaders against the practice and promotion of
LGBTQI+ the best of luck. COMOG is ever ready to lend Its support to any individual or group in the
struggle to ensure that Ghana is rid of this Satanic LGBTQI+ menace.
Bro. Mohammed Shamsudeen Shaibu
For: Hajj Abdel Manan Abdel Rahman (COMOG President)
024 484 3696