Bishop Asks Govt To Build Sex Rooms For Prisoners And Their Partners To End Homosexuality In Ghana Prisons
The founder and leader of Rivers of Life International Ministry, Bishop George Nii Aryeh, has urged the government of Ghana to build sex rooms in all the prisons in the country.
Speaking with Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the man of God said that this would prevent the activities of lesbians and gays in Ghana prisons.
According Aryeh, to prevent LGBTQI+ in the country, the government should build rooms in the prisons so that if a prisoner feels for sex, they could invite the partner and have sex with them.
He added that it is difficult for someone to be in prison for about ten years without having sex with a partner.
The bishop said that humans are humans, and once in a while, they experience the need for sex and when they don’t get their partners, they tend to engage in gayism and lesbianism in our prisons.
The man of God said this was not a prophecy but an opinion he was expressing to help curb LGBTQI+ activities in our prisons.
He insisted that the reason why some people are practising same-sex relationships in prisons is the lack of sex they do not get from their partners in the prisons.
Meanwhile, he wants the government to convert all single-sex schools to mixed schools since, in his view, same-sex schools serve as breeding grounds for the activities of LGBTQI+.