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"And Jesus wept." John.

“And Jesus wept.”


Kinto Rothman was lured into an ambush by a cowardly “friend” named Salim.  Kinto loved Salim and the media is not speculating on whether the two people were lovers.  Kinto is a well-known event promoter.   The mob wanted to humiliate him an force him on video to confess his desire to “chop” (have sex with) Salim.  The video has gone viral and it certainly is an invitation to promote violence as it features Kinto dripping with blood.  It is also an attempt to ruin his business.
Get Familiar GH (Ghana)

Rothmans is the CEO of Get Familiar GH, which organizes the popular Friday Friends club night in the capital city of Accra.  Many people have been disgusted by this mob rule. Ghanian singer Efya expressed disgust over the attack on Twitter.

‘Ppl sitting on Twitter laughing..but u do the worse things undercover..!! It’s not right what they did ..!’ she wrote.

‘You can’t beat the Gay out of someone..!! U can’t..!!’

I just read that this video and the beating is forcing the police to arrest Salim the traitor!  However, human righties lawyer, Kuukuwa Andam commented that she doubted there would be any prosecutions.  She stated that in her five years of representing clients, some gays were prosecuted for “unnatural carnal knowledge” while offences against the LGBTI community are ignored.  With this kind of injustice in Ghana, many LGBTI persons who are persecuted or beaten are unwilling to come forth to the authorities.

Almost Lynched Teens

In this same month (Feb. 2015) two teenage boys were discovered having sex with one another and were nearly lynched.  It happened at a school.  Again, it was mob rule.  Teachers who tried to save the boys were threatened and their homes stoned.  The boys who were having sex were arrested.  I am not sure whether for committing a crime or for their own safety.  I, hold Christian pastors/priests and parents responsible for such un-Christian behaviour.


GHANA   A Note from Ghana to Homosexuals: “Go Elsewhere” (2011): As you pass through immi­gra­tion at Accra Inter­na­tional Air­port, before you reach the bag­gage claim, there is a sign which reads “Wel­come!!  Akwaaba!!”  in large let­ter­ing at the top.  The tone of the seem­ingly friendly sign changes abruptly, how­ever, when you read the note high­lighted in red below the greet­ing: “Ghana does not wel­come pae­dophiles and other sex­ual deviants.”  The sign then pro­ceeds to assert that Ghana “imposes extremely harsh penal­ties on such sex­u­ally aber­rant behav­ior,” and that if you hap­pen to be one of these sex­ual deviants, then you should “go else­where” for “everybody’s good.” In Ghana, “sex­u­ally aber­rant behav­ior” includes homo­sex­u­al­ity, and for that mat­ter any kind of sex­u­al­ity other than het­ero­sex­u­al­ity.  Homo­sex­u­al­ity is socially and legally unac­cept­able in Ghana.  It is lumped together with bes­tial­ity in Sec­tion 104 of Ghana’s crim­i­nal code, oth­er­wise known as the “Unnat­ural Car­nal Knowl­edge” law.  The law defines unnat­ural car­nal knowl­edge as “sex­ual inter­course with a per­son in an unnat­ural man­ner or with an ani­mal.”

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