Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland (Photos)

Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland

As the dusts on the controversial legalization of homosexuality in Ghana seems to have settled, a picture has once again resurrected the topic.

Pictures showing yet to be identified Ghanaian lesbians tying the knot has gone viral.

There has been a lot of talk about homosexuality since President Nana Akufo-Addo’s touched on the subject in an interview with AL-Jazeera, a little over two weeks ago. 

While many agreed with President Akufo-Addo’s position that the subject was not of concern now because it was not part of our national priorities, others have condemned him for saying Ghana may gradually get there. 

Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland - THEKILLERPUNCH NEWS

This part of his speech, critics have argued, would only embolden gay people. But when we thought the whole debate about homosexuality was dying, it has been rekindled with the surfacing of a photo of two black ladies who looked like a married couple online on Wednesday. The back story was that they were Ghanaian ladies, lesbians for that matter, who had wedded in the Netherlands (Holland). 

In the photo, the ladies, wearing what looks like Kente cloth in ‘Kaba and Slit’ form, were seen kissing passionately like lovers do

Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland - THEKILLERPUNCH NEWS
lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland
Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland - THEKILLERPUNCH NEWS
lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland

Meet the lesbian Ghanaian couple who got married in Holland - THEKILLERPUNCH NEWS A lesbian is a homosexual woman who is romantically or sexually attracted to other women. The term lesbian is also used to express sexual identity or sexual behavior regardless of sexual orientation, or as an adjective to characterize or associate nouns with female homosexuality or same-sex attraction.

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