HE MAINTAINED THAT THE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS FOR THE ROLLOUT OF THE CURRICULUM THIS YEAR, DID NOT INCLUDE ISSUES RELATING TO CSE.
Former National Organizer for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Yaw Boateng Gyan has lashed out at those engaging and promoting homosexuality.
He described them as the most lowest graded species of animals that defile the natural principles of God.
He explained that animals that do not reason up like human beings do not even engage in homosexuality, making it impossible to classify human beings who engage in same sex relationships.
THE MINISTER URGED FAITH-BASED GROUPS AND OTHER CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (CSOS) TO REFRAIN FROM MAKING COMMENTS ON SENSITIVE ISSUES WHEN THEY HAVE LIMITED.
Speaking on the trending issue of the Ghana Education Service’s Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) module as a new curriculum to be taught from Kindergarten to Senior High School level on Okay FM’s 'Ade Akye Abia' Morning Show, Yaw Boateng Gyan asserted that it is a satanic agenda to introduce abominable acts in the country through a new cirriculum.
" . . we pray to God to help us reject such a policy. This is a satanic agenda to introduce such abominable act in the country . . . God in His natural setup has already designed how people should have sex when the time comes,” he pooh-poohed.
According to him, the mindset behind the idea that the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) will teach the children on preventing sexually transmitted infection is the same mindset of those practising homosexuality.
He argues that the advocators of the CSE are planning to inculcate into Ghanaian children to develop interest in homosexuality as a means to preventing sexually transmitted infections.
“Those preaching homosexuality, did their fathers have sex with fellow men to give birth to them? Or those ladies engaging in lesbianism, did their mothers have sex with their fellow women to give birth to them? They came through the right channel and that should be the right way to be encouraged,” he indicated.
He, however, pleaded with Ghanaians and politicians not to politicize the issue.
“If it is about personal hygiene that they want to teach our children, it is welcome news but if it is about sexual intercourse at this tender age, they should wait till the children grow to become adults at the tertiary level before teaching them,” he suggested..
He suggested to the Ghana Education Service (GES) to rather teach the children at that tender age the things which will make them fear God and develop a love for the country and become good citizens in order to take over the good doctrine and teach the next generations.
“With the issue of sex, it is not someone who has to teach the children. Then, why don’t we teach them how to eat food? It happens naturally. Male dogs don’t mate male dogs; even animals don’t engage in homosexuality . . . then, those human beings engaging in homosexuality are the lowest species of all animals because animals will not do what they are doing,” he backlashes homosexuals.
"Those engaging in homosexuality are the lowest species of animals . . . " he added.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, has said the government has not approved the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) document for use by teachers in basic schools.
“The Ministry would like to state categorically that . . . the curriculum framework for KG-P6 that has been approved by Cabinet from the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment [NaCCA] for use in the development of school curricula and published on NaCCA website does not include anything on Comprehensive Sexuality Education,” the Minister said at a press conference on Tuesday.
At the press conference Tuesday, the Minister maintained the National Council for Curriculum Assessment has also not submitted to the Ministry any document relating to the CSE which has invoked strong public sentiments.