- President Akufo-Addo for the first time, declared his stance and that of government on the CSE programme
- He said his vision is to have an educated country for national development not to promote immorality
-Akufo-Addo therefore called on all to reject claims that his government would introduce the CSE
President Akufo-Addo for the first time, after the controversial Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) programme declared his stance and that of government.
Speaking at the St Cyprians Anglican Church in Kumasi on Sunday, October 6, the president said his vision is to have an educated country for national development not to promote immorality, that the Ghanaian culture frowns on.
He has therefore called on all to reject claims that his government will introduce CSE
“The Free SHS was rolled out to empower the citizens but, was not to teach unnecessary things,” President Akufo-Addo said in Twi
Ghanaians have reacted to the post, expressing their views about what the president said.
Mawuli simply hoped that government doesn't embed it in other subjects
Francis believes government is using the perfect twister approach.
Dada said politicians are just tricking Ghanaians and that, the CSE would be introduced in a different form.
In other news, the Fumbisi Senior High School (SHS), located in Builsa South in the Upper East region, has been shut down following the collapse of some students.
According to the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Builsa South, Daniel Gariba, it was decided that the school should be closed down because there was a need to forestall unforeseen mayhem.
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