The Minority in Parliament wants President Akufo-Addo to apologize to Ghanaians for approving the controversial CSE, which is at variance with the country’s norms and values.
Addressing the media in parliament Friday, Minority leader Haruna Iddrisu indicated there is no doubt there’s some underhand plans by government to promote homosexuality in Ghana.
“Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo who presided over Cabinet where this satanic CSE policy was approved owes Ghanaians an explanation and an unqualified apology at the very least,” he said.
The Tamale South MP cited series of agreements between the Ghana government and international organizations like the UNFPA, UNESSCO and other international bodies that fuels suspicions of the introduction of CSE into Ghanaian schools.
“We are deeply concern that at a time many countries are prioritizing the teaching of Math, Science, Coding, Artificial Intelligence and Climate Change; our Government’s focus is on Comprehensive Sexuality Education in the service of an evil LGBT agenda.
“At least, we know where the former president stands. We know the stand of President John Agyekum Kuffuor on this matter, we know the stand of Professor Mike Ocquaye on this matter and our leader and flagbearer president John Dramani Mahama as he then was, we know on this moral question and the moral standing.
“We know Professor JEA Mills of blessed memory, you all would recall vividly when this challenge was thrown, he demonstrated that he respected the sensibility of the Ghanaian people and would uphold the respect for those cultural values”.