Ghana security forces raided and shut down the office of an LGBTQ rights group in the capital, Accra, the organisation has said, after politicians and religious leaders called for its closure. The LGBTQ group’s director told the AFP news agency that closing the centre was against human rights. While there was no immediate statement by the police the owner of the property said he had reported the group to security agencies as he was not aware his house was being rented by LGBT+ Rights Ghana. “I wasn’t happy about it … I had to report it to the security agencies to take action. I won’t tolerate such activities in my property.” he said.