Stop policy that promotes sexuality among school children – Mahama

The 2020 Presidential candidate of the NDC, John Mahama has joined calls rebuking the government for a planned introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).

In a post on Facebook, the former President asked the government to “immediately withdraw” the unpopular move.

“This addition to the national curriculum cannot be acceptable in any form,” Mahama wrote; adding that “the CSE Guidelines implicitly advocates” and promotes sexuality types among young children.

Various pressure groups and the clergy have criticised the policy, describing it as “satanic.”

Critics are worried the document advocates LGBTQ which is alien to Ghanaian culture.

Adding his voice, Mr. Mahama said: “it is important for Government and all Ghanaians to respect and uphold the enduring values, norms and the rich culture of Ghana.”

He added that “what Ghana urgently needs is a substantial improvement in quality education, which is accessible and affordable to all.”