It’s never been a dream for me to have children – Ignatius Annor

Ghanaian broadcast journalist Ignatius Annor, says he has no plans of having children. He made this known in an Instagram Live chat with Amanda Jissih on Saturday.

The Euro News/ Africa News journalist, who recently made his sexuality boldly known when issues of the LGBT community in Ghana came to the fore,  refused to talk about his role in his sexual encounters. However he opened up about being gay and having children.

“As I speak to you, I am 32 years old. It’s never been a dream for me to have children. Not every human-being was born to to have children. It is not a dream a have for myself. It doesn’t mean I don’t love children. I have an incredible love for kids because once many years ago I was a kid. But will I have one myself? I don’t think so. Will I take care or adopt a child? You’ll never know what the future holds, but I right now it is not a dream I have for myself.”

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Ignatius Annor, a former Metro TV journalist, recently made the headlines and became a talking point when he  disclosed that he is gay in an interview with Joy News.

He  is an activist for the rights of Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI).