Maurice Ampaw once said, “I hate them with a passion, but I’m not gay.”

Maurice Ampaw, a lawyer in private practice and member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has denied being gay.

Maurice Ampaw once said, "I hate them with a passion, but I'm not gay."
Maurice Ampaw once said, “I hate them with a passion, but I’m not gay.”

 

He claims that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is pushing the notion that he is a member of the LGBTQ community in order to forward their political agenda.

Ampaw claimed he could never be gay in an interview on Kasapa FM, citing his experiences having slept with more than 100 women and having fathered at least five different kinds of children.

“I have a deep hatred for them. Even though I’ve been labeled as gay by NDC members… Maurice Ampaw, a lawyer, asks, “How can I be gay, considering how many women I have slept with in this country?”

“I have given number two to five or six youngsters. I gave my first set of twins to a lovely woman in Offinso just two weeks ago, and she agreed to take care of them. “My spouse has welcomed a new set of twins,” he stated in Twi.

The private attorney said, “I’m a beast. It’s women I love, not men.

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