Being a lesbian in Kenya or Africa, in general, is a hard thing. For a practice that is termed as an “alternate lifestyle”, this behaviour can get you killed if people get wise as to what you are doing.
So most people who live as lesbians or homosexuals do so in an undercover way, especially as the repercussions for discovery can be punitive. The Ghanaian president had spoken about homosexuality in an interview with Al Jazeera about two weeks back.
In it, President Akufo-Addo’s stated that the subject was not of concern now because it was not part of Ghana’s national priorities, while others condemned him for saying Ghana may gradually get there.
But like clock-work, two lesbians who claim to have originated from Ghana and now live in the Netherlands had a wedding. Unconfirmed reports indicate that Ghanaian lesbians who had wedded did so in the Netherlands (Holland).
In the photos, the lesbian couple is seen wearing what looks like Kente cloth in ‘Kaba and Slit’ form, traditional Ghanaian wear, are seen kissing passionately like lovers do. In another picture, the ladies wore their white wedding apparel.