Former Metropolitan television presenter Ignatius Annor, is adamant after coming out as gay earlier this year.
The journalist has reiterated the fact that he is gay and that he is not ashamed to love his fellow men.
According to the now euronews host, he will always love men regardless of what people think. He in a tweet said he is “Proud to be my truest and authentic self”.
Ignatius said in his entire life, he has never been liberated like it is now.
“I am gay. And will always be. I love men. I hope this is no longer news. Proud to be my truest and authentic self. I have never felt this liberated”.
The debate against homosexuality was ignited last week after parts of a bill to ban the act in it entirety was leaked on social media.
The bill, sponsored by some eight Members of Parliament (MPs) if passed, will have gays and their advocates jailed for 10 years. Some human rights activists, individuals have criticized it saying it is unnecessary.
But the likes of MP for Ningo Prampram Sam George Nartey, tackled all opposing views one after the other online.
The debate on social media site Twitter appeared the loudest as Sam George Nartey had fierce back and forth with the likes of Sister Derby, Kwadwo Sheldon and UK politician, Seb Dance.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) MP intimated that the bill will be passed into law no matter the opposition from small minority groups.
Meanwhile, Speaker of Alban Bagbin, has said he is all for it and eager to have the law passed.