The Member of Parliament for the Ningo-Prampram Constituency, Samuel Nartey George has vowed to lead the Chiefs and people of his Constituency to campaign against any teacher who dares to teach the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education, CSE, at schools in the district.
Expressing his anger at what he called a subtle way by UNESCO and PPAG to push what most Ghanaians including the clergy and religious groupings referred to as anti-human and anti-African cultural agenda by the Western world.
Speaking on an Accra based radio station, Sam George called the bluff of any teacher who attempts to teach the so-called CSE in schools in the Ningo-Prampram District and will face the wrath of traditional leaders and the people of Ningo-Prampram led by him.
“Wherever i find that any teacher is trying to teach sexuality education, i will lead my Chiefs and people to stop the teaching of that in Ningo-Prampram. If it would be taught in Kibi and Manhyia and they would be cool with it, that’s their own kettle of fish, but not where I’m an MP.” The vociferous legislator stressed.
The Ningo-Prampram MP revealed that early this year, the Minister of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh represented by his deputy launched a PPAG document on CSE which today, serves as the guidelines source document captured in the GES new educational curriculum to be implemented.
The CSE brouhaha has triggered lots of Ghanaians memory of President Akufo Addo’s response to a question on an international media regarding Ghana’s position on LGBT, six months after he assumed office.
“If the society push for it, it is about to happen” the President emphasised, referencing the scenario of the United Kingdom.
By: Edward Tetteh