Jubilee House accused of using LGBTQ colours to welcome Kamala Harris

27th March 2023

The seat of government, Jubilee House, has been accused of using LGBTQ colours as part of ways to welcome US Vice President Kamala Harris.

The US Vice President touched down at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra on Sunday afternoon, March 26, 2023.

Viral images show the Jubilee House in a variety of colours including; red, yellow, green, white and violet. This has been read by some Ghanaians on social media as government publicly accepting LGBTQ.

According to one Eric Adjei during an interview on UTV, the president has embraced homosexuality with this action.

Per reports, the images are colours of the United States of America and Ghana. Colours of the LGBTQ community are red, orange, yellow, green, turquoise, indigo and violet.

Ghana’s colours are red, gold, green and black, while the US use red, white and blue.

Jubilee House and the LGBTQ colours

In response to the matter, Rightify Ghana noted that the colours on the Jubilee House are not those of the LGBTQ community.

It is believed that the fusion of some colours may have caused this confusion. The violet colour is formed by mixing red and blue, which are primary colours.

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