Clement AdjeiSarfo (THE CRUSADER) Writes:
The CSE is nothing short of introduction to sexual depravity based on the socially toxic ideas of Alfred Kinsey, an American sexologist and infamous “father of sexual revolution”. Alfred Kinsey was sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation to popularize no hold barred sexual revolution in the United States of America and today the embers of his deviant ideas is still haunting the world.
Discussions on the CSE in Ghana have been dodgy as the NaCCA, GES and MoE, have all claimed innocence rather than responsibility for its introduction yet no entity has been able to come out publicly to say that the CSE will be completely abandoned.
The introduction of the CSE is a clandestine attempt to hoodwink Ghanaians into accepting something which appears innocuous on the surface but the devil is always found in the details.
What should make Ghanaians feel apprehensive is the fact that CSE is coming on the back of the comments our President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo made in 2017 that homosexuality is “bound to happen”, albeit, he didn’t give timelines.
The modus operandi is clear, a submarine approach, has been set in motion knowing well that the Ghanaian society is not ready to welcome and accept anything near LGBT.
Therefore, the plan is to infiltrate the educational system with so-called reforms and “globally acceptable policies and standards” as if we have no brains of our own to know what Ghanaians need and want.
The whole CSE agendum was carried out on the blind side of all well meaning Ghanaians and stakeholders of our education. The CSE in its current form portends to offer adequate sexuality education blended with personal hygiene and human rights.
The comprehensiveness of the program is only to be found in graphic and explicit sexual revolution to wreak untold emotional torture on the innocent and unsuspecting children of Ghana.
Nobody should be deceived into thinking that CSE is the same as sex education or reproductive health education.
Oxford Dictionary of English definition of sexuality is revealing enough: (the first definition of sexuality captures sensuality, sexiness, seductiveness, desirability, sexual appetite, sexual instincts, sexual urges, passion, desire, lust, eroticism and physicality).
The second definition of sexuality is even more explicit: (sexuality includes sexual orientation, sexual preference, sexual leaning, sexual persuasion, heterosexuality, homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, transsexuality, omnisexuality and pansexuality). From the amplification above, the agendum of the CSE is crystal clear.
Why on earth should our children be bombarded with these God-forsaken issues at such tender ages from 4-18 years? The sinister motive of Marie Stopes, PPAG, UNICEF and UNFPA is not in doubt.
The Honourable Minister of Education has through an emergency press conference attempted to deny knowledge of the CSE and its inclusion in the national curricula for basic schools.
Yet, his own previous comments and recommendations are in sharp contrast. His current denial is only an afterthought to whitewash the CSE conundrum. It is simply a face saving PR gimmick ostensibly to outsmart Ghanaians.
Indeed, on page 11 of the teachers pack developed by NaCCA, CSE is the third item under the heading: “Contemporary issues through the NPCF”. Anybody at can crosscheck from the source.
To put this matter to bed, the President of the land must come clear on the CSE agendum.
If it is not true it is part of the national agenda and the education curricula, Nana Addo Danquah AkuffoAddo should make the position of the government clear.
The waters have been too muddied such that no communication from MoE, GES and NaCCA will be enough to clear the confusion and doubts in the minds of Ghanaians. His Excellency needs to address the nation on the CSE saga.
Finally, in the twenty first century when countries are gearing up to prosecute urgent development agenda in pursuing the latest science and technology advancements, Ghana is trapped in discussions on comprehensive sexuality education.
Let Ghana focus on creative ways to empower the Ghanaian child to spearhead the next level of Ghana’s development agenda.
The national curricula hitherto contain enough on sex education and reproductive education to train the Ghanaian child into responsible adulthood.