Right Reverend Titus K. Awotwi PrattRight Reverend Titus K. Awotwi Pratt, the incoming Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church of Ghana, has called on African Heads of State to be firm and not to be swayed by aids and donor support from the West to accept homosexuality and same-sex marriage.

According to Rev. Awotwi Pratt, African Leaders must aim at developing and improving their economies for self-sufficiency and sustenance and not depend on foreign aid.

“We can do away with foreign aid which comes to support our national budgets…it is, therefore, incumbent on our national leaders to serve faithfully and seek the development of our countries in Africa,” he added.

He added: “Any sane society will not propagate same-sex marriage as being legitimate. Unfortunately, same sex couples only focus and depend on the personal sexual gratification against the natural principle of procreation.

“The procreation principle runs through all living creatures, to the extent that lower creatures in the animal kingdom, even for sexual gratification, are attracted to the opposite sex and never to the same sex,” Rev. Awotwi Pratt said at a meeting last Monday on the planning of the forthcoming Tema-Ashaiman Gospel Crusade slated for the first week of December.

Source: StarrfmOnline

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