This Ghanaian Group Plan To 'Covert' 400 People
Ghana has found a ‘cure’ for being gay, and they are ready to share it with the rest of the country, and if possible the world.
A newly formed organization, National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values (NCPHSRFV) in Ghana has created a gay 'cure' therapy forum.
The organization claim they have been able to convince 400 people who need the ‘cure’ to join the group.
Moses Foh-Amoaning, anti-LGBT campaigner and head organizer of the NCPHSRFV, said none of the 400 people were forced to join, but volunteered to undergo counseling at the gay conversion camp after a 'sexual evangelism' program.
He said the volunteers will be ‘cured’ after undergoing the ‘life changing’ counseling.
Even though over the years, other gay conversion camps in different parts of the world have been reported to subject young people to chemical castration, electroconvulsive therapy, nausea-inducing drugs administered while being forced to watch gay pornography, these ones would be trying a subtler method.
Unlike the harsh methods that have been used in the past, NCPHSRFV programs will focus on Bible study and counseling in an undisclosed location.
Many African countries have criminalized or are working to criminalize homosexuality, so this kind of initiative would get the ‘blessing’ of the government and a large percentage of the populace.
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