“Australian High Commissioner threatened me because of my stands on LGBTQI+” – Sam George reveals


Samuel Nartey George, MP, Ningo-Prampram, has affirmed that Gregory Andrews, Australian High Commissioner to Ghana during the super conflict match between Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak, addressed and took steps to deny him a visa to any European country.

As indicated by him, the High Commissioner added that he [Sam George] at any point makes an endeavour to head out to any European country, he will be captured.

“We met at the Heart-Kotoko game, and there he came and accosted me and threatened me that I will never get a visa to any European country, and he said that if I ever step there, I will be arrested.

“I said to him that he is in Ghana and I will not be threatened and if he does not take care, I will make sure that the laws in Ghana deal with him because he has breached several laws in Ghana” Sam explained.

Sam Nartey George clarified on Saturday, July 31, release of Newsfile observed by oneghanaonline.

The MP further uncovered, the Australian High Commissioner after what occurred at the arena announced him to the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin however the Speaker reacted saying administrators won’t be threatened in Ghana.

“In the middle of all of that, there were a number of Hearts of Oak fans who saw the back and forth and some of them wanted to shake him up a bit, and so he ran to the military.

“The next day, he ran to the speaker that I had assaulted him and caused a mob to attack him, and that is why the speaker said we will not be threatened, we will not be intimidated in our country,” the MP narrated.

Sam Nartey George and Gregory Andrews have been on each other’s neck following the latter’s support for homosexuality and his attempt to lobby those in authority to initiate steps to legalize the act.