Two Ghanaian Lesbians successfully tied the knot in Canada last weekend, surrounded by friends and loved ones from Ghana.
Diana and Teresa are the Ghanaian lesbians who got together and married in Canada after the laws of Ghana denied them that right, they told their happy wedding guests who cheered.
It has now become the norm for Ghanaian gay, lesbian couples to travel abroad and marry due to the fear of prosecution or persecution in Ghana. Many African countries have refused to pass laws that decriminalize same-sex marriage.
Earlier this year, an Alumnus of Motown (91 Year Group), Stephen Anertey Caesar, also tied the knot with his male partner, Ryan Lathrum, at Sonoma Valley in America.
A woman who is believed to be the mother and a Ghanaian walked boldly with her son, Stephen Anertey Caesar and presented him to his gay partner, Ryan Lathrum.
One of the guests at the wedding stated, “The only school that has produced presidents not only in Ghana but in Zimbabwe, in The Gambia and so we support Stephen by singing our school’s song.”
some of the guests believed to be Alumni of Motown joined in singing Achimota’s school anthem.
They sang Achimota’s school anthem boldly and showed their support to their colleague, Stephen Anertey Caesar.
For Diana and Teresa in Canada, the event was not too loud and was limited to a few trusted family and friends.