- Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has claimed that the government has already received money from the swedish government for the introduction on the embattled Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
- He claimed the Swedish government doled out $22 million to Ghana and other African countries to help them curb social opposition
-Okudzeto added that the money was meant to fight opposition that may arise from the programme
The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has claimed that the government has already received money from the Swedish government for the introduction on the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).
According to him, the Swedish government doled out $22 million to Ghana and other African countries to help them curb social opposition that may arise as result of the introduction of the programme.
This according to Okudzeto is going to be tough nut for the Education minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh and more generally the Akufo-Addo government
“This is going to be a tough manoeuvre for the Education Minister, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh and more generally the Akufo-Addo government as long as they refuse to be candid and transparent over the CSE saga.
Also, what will our Government be telling UNFPA in the face of current denials after agreeing with them to provide CSE technical support to the GES? Then, what happens to the contract signed with the special CSE Project Implementation Officer operating from the UNESCO Ghana office?, ” Ablakwa wrote on Facebook.
His recent allegations comes after former President John Mahama and many religious leaders in the country condemned the programme and called for it to be withdrawn.
In other news, despite completing the 2019 West African Examination Certificate Examination (WASSCE) with a near distinction, Sackey Abednego, a former student of Kade Senior High/Technical, faces a real challenge of not being able to further his education.
Sackey Abednego graduated high school with remarkable scores of 7As and B3.
The former science student chalked all As in Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and a B3 in English Language.
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