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DOES PASSING OF ANTI-LGBT BILL STOP DUMSOR, FIX THE ROADS, BUILD SCHOOLS? – Sister Derby Asks

Human Rights activist and musician, Deborah Vanessa and her brother, Wanlov Kuborlor have reacted to the passing of the Anti-Gay Bill.

Deborah Vanessa otherwise known as Sister Derby added her voice by asking what problems the Bill will solve.

She took to X to ask if the passing of the Bill would stop the incessant power outages in the country fix the bad roads that cause accidents or build schools and hospitals.

She further quizzed if the passing of the Bill would stop plastic pollution, and Galamsey’s activities among others.

Some people also asked Sister Derby if the presence of the LGBTQ community was going to solve any of the problems she listed above.

A few hours ago, the Parliament passed the Anti-Gay Bill.

The bill proscribes LGBTQ activities and criminalizes its promotion, advocacy and funding.

Persons caught in the act would be subjected to a 6 months to 3 year jail term with promoters and sponsors of the act bearing a 3 to 5 year jail term.

The amendments were approved by the House as part of the bill.

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