We’ll pass laws that protect Ghana’s religion and principles – Alban Bagbin

Speaker of Ghana’s 8th house of parliament says legislators will pass laws that protect some of the core values and principles upheld in the country.
According to him, his outfit will not make any laws that breach the rights of the Ghanaian populace.
He made this known when the Australian Ambassador High Commissioner, Gregory Andrews paid a courtesy call on him on April 1, 2021.
“I must categorically say that while Ghana will not make any laws that will infringe on people’s rights, the country will be sure to pass laws that will protect the country’s values, traditions, culture, religion, and principles,” Speaker Bagbin stated.
On his part, Australian High Commissioner, Gregory Andrews indicated that his family including himself are absorbed in the diversity of Ghana’s culture.
“I am keenly interested in the country’s culture and food, the rich Ghanaian culture I have enjoyed since my arrival in the country, it has had a positive image on my family,” he said.
The Members of Parliament at the meeting praised the Commissioner for his passion for climate change and how Australia has supported Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the midst of the Pandemic.
Legislators urged the Australian High Commissioner to complete the sports facilities Australia promised Ghana.
They further called on him to enhance the Youth Ambassador Project to enable persons between the ages of 18 to 30 to travel to Australia for educational purposes.

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