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Ghana Parliament Reject Legalisation Of Homosexuality

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    sure thing very
     
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    The Problem is not to legalize Homosexuality US, UK they have not legalize Homosexuality

    What they are talking about is the Human Right pertaining their survival; same as what we did for our ALBINO Laws to protect them and not to allow it

    We don't need to over-react on this issues, British on their hand they are trying to stop Immigration in the form of Discrimiation and Killings of Homosexuals... but if there will be a law in the books in Tanzania that deny the killing of Homosexuals; that's all what is needed


    Tusikimbilie kubomoa UKUTA Angali Mchawi ni KUNGUNI
     
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    nngu007 usitufanye wapuuzi!kama ni hivyo kwa nini watishie kutunyima misaada?usitake kuremba tamko la uingereza bana.watanzania hatutambui na wala hatutaki kutambua uwepo wa mashoga,tusizungushe maneno.ushoga haukubaliki hata kama ni utu kwa baadhi ya mataifa.
     
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    do you think you understood well than most of us, Member, Ghana president et al?
    Kama unachosema ni kweli kuna kesi yoyote iliyo wa prompt wao kututishia? Nani aliua watu hapa kisa ni mashoga? Hivi pale kwa macheni na maeneo mengine vipi?
    We are not kids!
     
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    Ipitishwe sheria ikithibitika mtu ni shoga na APIGWE RISASI HADI AFE.
     
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    Ghana refuses to grant gays' rights despite aid threat

    [​IMG]President John Atta Mills says Ghana's values are different from those in the UK
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    Ghana's President John Atta Mills has rejected the UK's threat to cut aid if he refuses to legalise homosexuality.
    Ghana's President John Atta Mills has rejected the UK's threat to cut aid if he refuses to legalise homosexuality.
    Mr Atta Mills said the UK could not impose its values on Ghana and he would never legalise homosexuality.
    UK Prime Minister David Cameron said at the weekend that aid would be cut to countries which failed to respect gay rights.
    Uganda also rejected the threat, with an official accusing the UK of showing a "bullying mentality".
    Most Africans argue that homosexuality violates their religious and cultural beliefs.
    Mr Atta Mills said Mr Cameron was entitled to his views, but he did not have the right to "direct to other sovereign nations as to what they should do".
    He said Ghana's "societal norms" were different from those in the UK.
    "I, as president, will never initiate or support any attempt to legalise homosexuality in Ghana," Mr Atta Mills said.
    'No compromise'On Monday, Ugandan presidential adviser John Nagenda said Mr Cameron was showing a "bullying mentality" and Ugandans would not tolerate being treated like "children".
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    If that aid is going to be tied to things that will destroy the moral fibre of society, do you really want that?”
    Koku AnyidohoGhana's presidential spokesman

    "If they must take their money, so be it," Mr Nagenda said.
    Mr Cameron said he had raised the issue of gay rights at last week's Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Perth, Australia.
    Ending the bans on homosexuality was one of the recommendations of an internal report into the future relevance of the Commonwealth.
    Mr Cameron's threat applies only to one type of bilateral aid known as general budget support, and would not reduce the overall amount of aid to any one country, correspondents say.
    Ghana received bilateral aid from the UK of about £90m ($144m) during the last financial year, of which about £36m was as general budget support.
    Mr Atta Mills' communications chief Koku Anyidoho told the BBC the government would not compromise its morals for money.
    "If that aid is going to be tied to things that will destroy the moral fibre of society, do you really want that?" he told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme.
    Mr Cameron said he had spoken with "a number of African countries" and that more pressure had been applied by UK Foreign Secretary William Hague, who deputised for him during parts of the Commonwealth summit.
    Some 41 nations within the 54-member Commonwealth have laws banning homosexual acts.
    Many of these laws are a legacy of British colonial rule, correspondents say.
     
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    JK naye aache kuchekacheka sasa,na apunguze kuwatukuza hao wazungu,kwa jinsi anavyowapenda sijui kama atakuwa tayari kukorofishana nao,ingekuwa Mugabe ungekuwa na imani lakini kwa JK,bado hili swala liko 50/50
     
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    Niliposoma heading nikajiuliza lini bunge letu limekaa kumbe ni la Ghana.

    'Parliament Reject Legalisation Of Homosexuality'
     
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    Hivi hao mashoga manaowaongelea ni kama hawa wa Manure?
     
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    Mkuu ni kweli. Mimi nafanya kazi na Wazungu wa UK kila siku ofisini ukiongelea ushoga kila mtu anasema yeye siyo shoga na hawaukubali. Nashangaa Mr D C analenga wapi.
     
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    I remember this very well. Ila mshikaji siku hizi Sky sports anatoa point za maana. Neville amesema Arsenal wanaweza kuwa mabingwa. I like this especially baada ya kupata John Mtembezi Blue lable
     
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    Mimi nalia tu hapa. Baada ya kusoma Mwananchi leo nikiwa kwenye Train juu ya EPA kuliwa tena, nilisikia kama roho inataka kutoka. Kwa kweli mimi siyo mkorofi kwa sababu ya nilivyolelewa lakini kama leo ningepewa silaha na kuambiwa shoot hawa jamaa waliochukua tena Pesa ya EPA ningefanya hivyo. Tanzania is better than it is now.
     
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