Private legal practitioner, lawyer Maurice Ampaw, has described son of Kwasi Kyei Darkwah (KKD), Darkwah Kyei Darkwah, as a threat to the youth following his coming out as a gay.
The lawyer has therefore advised the self confessed gay and international model, to stay abroad and never attempt to come back home due to his coming out.
‘’He should stay abroad with his gay life and should not come to Ghana because if he comes to Ghana, he is now a sacrilege to the country. He will be monitored by the police and should he engage in any form of sexual relations, with anybody, he will be arrested because his action is a criminal offence. He cannot also marry here in Ghana.
Speaking to Agyemang Prempeh on GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the controversial lawyer said ‘’we cannot allow the young man to come and negatively influence our children in this country. He is a threat to them and cannot come and spread gayism in Ghana. We will see him as a security threat and someone who is not a morally upright person. He is anti-human and we do not need him in Ghana because of his sexuality. We cannot entertain him in this country.’’
The lawyer’s harsh comments follows a recent interview KKD’s son granted a magazine blog about being gay in Africa and the challenges that comes with it.
After the story broke, the father who is affectively called KKD penned down a response on his Facebook wall to explain why he supports his son for coming out.
He has been widely condemned by a section of Ghanaians both on the traditional and social media.
Lawyer Ampaw commenting on the father’s position, dared him to go and bring his son to Ghana.
Our culture, tradition and religious beliefs do not support same sex relationship, he said.
He added the laws of Ghana frowns on it and anyone who engages in such an act, is a criminal and must be arrested.