Gospel artist Nana Yaw Boakye, popularly known as MOG, has chosen to remain silent on his stance regarding the controversial anti-LGBT+ Bill, sparking discussions on social media. MOG justified his decision by citing his role as a gospel artist, emphasizing the need to safeguard his esteemed reputation in society.

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He expressed concerns that publicly declaring his position on the Bill could expose him to criticism, prompting him to opt for a more private approach.

MOG clarified that while he could share his opinion on the anti-LGBT+ Bill in private, he refrained from doing so in the media to protect his image and brand.

During the United Showbiz program monitored by GhanaWeb, MOG stated, “With this issue [anti-LGBT+ Bill], I will plead the fifth because of my work as a gospel musician. If I speak for or against it, people would find something to say, so I would rather be silent on it.”

However, MOG’s decision faced backlash from some netizens who criticized him for not condemning an act that goes against biblical teachings. The Parliament of Ghana passed the Promotion of Human Sexual Rights and Family Values Bill on February 28, 2024, criminalizing and proscribing LGBT activities and their promotion, advocacy, and funding.

The bill is currently awaiting presidential assent and, if approved, will lead to legal consequences for those involved in such activities.


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