The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic adding its voice to the closure of the LGBT office urged “Parliament as the representatives of the people to summon the President’s Representatives at the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Interior to explain to Ghanaians what actions they have taken in relation to this matter to protect the sovereignty and security of the state of Ghana.”

It also supported the call for “comprehensive legislation to deal with the LGBTQI issues in Ghana once and for all to settle any future controversies.”

The GPCC added: it is “very resolute in its stance against the LGBTQI movement and its activities in Ghana and is standing firm with all other stakeholders on this matter with the hope that government would take concrete steps to reassure Ghanaians of their unwillingness to succumb to pressure from some notable western powers to sell out our cherished values and to safeguard the future of our children from a perverse generation of vampires scheming to destroy us.”