Friday, 29 April 2011

GAY WEDDING IN KUMASI

Gay Wedding In Kumasi – ‘Couple’ Banished


27-year-old man has been banished from Tafo in Kumasi for allegedly wedding a male partner on Easter Sunday. Akwasi Boakye is believed to have played the role of a woman and was wedded by his male partner, whose name was rumored as Kwame Amankwa.

The wedding, according to eye witnesses, was held at the GPRTU Conference Hall in Mbrom – the same place the two had originally booked for a birthday party.

The Tafohene, Nana Agyin Frimpong II, according to reports, was highly infuriated when he got wind of the rather abominable act by the duo, and therefore decided to ostracize the ‘couple’ from the town.

The decision, according to a confidante of the chief, was arrived at after Akwasi Aboagye, who is an indigene of the town, had admitted he engaged his partner in the marriage ceremony.

However, as of the time of going to press yesterday, the whereabouts of the ‘couple’ were readily unknown, as speculations were rife that they had left for Accra for their honeymoon.“Boakye showed no remorse when Nana questioned him about the said marriage ceremony. He indeed confirmed it, but remained adamant and said there was no way he could abandon his lover,” the source said.

“Yes I’m gay and we had the wedding. That is my choice and I don’t think anybody should have a problem with that,” Boakye is alleged to have told the chief upon interrogation.

The wedding is said to have started around 10:00 p.m., on Sunday and lasted all night long, with hundreds of gays in attendance.Sources continued that at the time Nana Frimpong was questioning Aboagye, his eye lashes, his beautiful acrylic finger nails and his make-ups were visible for everyone at the palace to see.

Further information gathered indicate that a fetish priestess in the house of Akwasi prior to the wedding hand informed his parents that their son was involved in gay practice and told them to advise him (Akwasi) to desist from it.
Source: Today's newspaper hmmmmmm........................! thinking aloud 

3 comments:

  1. Hmm... thinking aloud. Me thinks its an anomaly... A challenge on our history as a people, and a direct confrontation against our value system. We must contend for the legacy our parents left us. Our children must thrive in our heritage.
    Great piece... Please keep it coming

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  2. @rebirthafrica, thanks for the encouragement and comments. well! we only hope and pray for brighter and better days ahead

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