Ghanaian Gay Pastor Says Albinos Should Have No Human Rights in Reply to Moses Foh Amoaning
A Ghanaian Gay pastor based in United States-Osei Owusu Antwi has emphatically stated that, Albinos should not have any human rights in Ghana as this group of human beings are lesser beings, different and house deficiencies incapable of making them full human beings.
Quoting from the Bible-Lev. 21:20, pastor Osei Owusu Antwi said, God himself said people with sight problems were not worthy of coming to Him—and all Albinos struggle with their sight, an indication that, God does not fully recognise them as worthy human beings so they should not be accorded full human rights on earth too.
Pastor Osei Owusu’s remarks follows lawyer- Moses Foh-Amoaning, the now executive secretary of a group calling itself the ‘National Coalition for Proper Human S*xual Rights and Family Values’s comment that Gays should not have human rights in Ghana.
Moses Foh-Amoaning is an Albino, a person with reduced amount of melanin or no melanin at all—and therefore different and a minority.
In some parts of Africa, Albinos like Moses Foh-Amoaning are hunted and killed for rituals—a practice which has led several international Human Rights agencies fighting vigorously for the basic human right (right to life) of Albinos, a minority group in these countries.
It’s therefore interesting to Pastor Osei Owusu that a persecuted person who would probably be on the run for his life if he lived in some other African countries have found Human Rights shelter in Ghana and seek to deny other minorities their due Human Rights.