My government would not approve the CSE - Akufo-Addo breaks silence

My government would not approve the CSE - Akufo-Addo breaks silence

- President Akufo-Addo has finally declared his stance on the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education

- The president said his vision is to have an educated country for national development and not to promote immorality

- Akufo-Addo called on all to reject claims that his government will introduce comprehensive sexuality education.

President Akufo-Addo has finally declared his stance on the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education

He has emphatically stated that his government would not approve the teaching of homosexuality in schools as has been perceived by many a subtle conditioning of pupils to explore lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) lifestyles.

Speaking at the St Cyprians Anglican Church in Kumasi on the controversial CSE on Sunday, October 6, 2019, the President said his vision is to have an educated country for national development and not to promote immorality.

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"I didn’t introduce [the] policy for school children to be taught practices that are unacceptable and abominable to our cultural values. As I a Christian, it will never happen that I will preside over such a program.

Akufo-Addo called on all to reject claims that his government will introduce comprehensive sexuality education.

"Let’s all keep calm because there is no truth in what is being speculated. I will rather plead with you to continually pray for me to gain the wisdom, good health and kindness, to govern this nation,” Nana Addo said.

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In other news, the BBC’s yet-to-be aired documentary on sex for grades at top universities in the West African sub-region has fingered two Ghanaian lecturers from the University of Ghana.

The promo of the documentary as advertised by the BBC shows how a lecturer by name Dr Paul Kwame Butakor at Ghana’s premier university asked to be the undercover journalist’s ‘side guy,’ after the latter posed as a final year student interested in pursuing her master’s degree.

Dr. Butakor according to the exposé promised to offer the undercover lady a National Service placement at his department.

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