Ace lawyer at the Ghana School of Law (GSL) Moses Foh Amoaning has insisted that Chief International Correspondent for CNN, Christiane Amanpour is a homosexual.
The international media correspondent for CNN has been singled out by the lawyer as well as others.
According to him, these media experts are pushing the agenda of legalizing homosexuality across the globe and are especially focused on African countries.
It could be recalled that, the International Journalist had interviewed Ghanaian celebrity Moesha Boduong some weeks back.
Mr Amoaning stated that, “Anderson Cooper is a homosexual, Richard Quest is a homosexual, Christiane Amanpour is and the lady who asked our president the question that is Jane Dutton is homosexual…the gay or lesbian and that is a fact,” he told Joy FM.
He added that, quite a number of the international experts in the media are opened with the sexual orientation with some openly admitting that their gays.
He added that, he is certain that, Richard Quest, who is also a Journalist working for CNN will not deny he is a homosexual.
“I’m not too sure that Richard Quest will deny that he is homosexual or Anderson Cooper, he’s not going to deny it,” he said.
The Senior lecturer at the Ghana School of Law indicated that, although Christiane Amanpour has a child, he knows that the Journalist without doubt is a homosexual.
He said, “Well go and find out, she has got a child but I know as a matter of fact that she’s involved.”
He further indicated that, those campaigning for the legalization of the of the LGBT agenda across the globe have backing supports from Europe and high personalities.
“In Europe they are the ones that go to the Oxford, to Cambridge, in the United States they go to the Harvard, Yale and Standford and when they finish they are the ones that go to the business, politics and in the United Kingdom they lead the way as they got people in the media,” he said.
Moreover, he indicated that the matter on the rise in terms of homosexuality across the African continent has been planned and that the right personalities have been put in place to ensure that the aim is achieved.
“When the United States Ambassador says in an interview that in ten-years-time Ghana will adopt LGBT rights, the Canadian High Commissioner with the Australia Ambassador was on air and whatever they said was connected,” he said.
He stressed that, the idea behind Christaine Amanpour’s touring around the globe with the series titled “Sex around the Globe” is a clear evidence.