Julia Selman Ayetey, lawyer for the 21 people, who where detained by police and accused of unlawful assembly and promoting an LGBTQ agenda, speaks to journalists at the Ho Circuit Court in Ho, Volta Region, Ghana 4 June 2021. Reuter/Francis Kokoroko/File Photo
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