Common sense should be taught at Flagstaff House – Sam George

Source The Ghana Report/Aba Asamoah

Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Samuel Nartey George, has called for the introduction of “Common Sense Education” at the Flagstaff house, instead of the introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in Ghanaian basic schools.

According to the MP, the introduction of the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is a clear agenda by Nana Addo-led government and the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to teach the next generation of Ghanaians to tolerate  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT).

“This program was launched in 2017 by a Deputy Minister of Education, Barbara Ayisi, and even the cover of the book has the LGBT colours, the rainbow color on it. They lied to the Catholic Bishop Conference and therefore, the Minister of Education needs to apologize to them, the Chief Imam and the local council of churches. This is unacceptable,” he stated on Metro TV’s ‘Good morning Ghana’ .

He said, instead of introducing CSE to teach children about sensuality, the government should rather introduce “Common Sense Education” to the occupants of the Flagstaff house.

The Member of Parliament established his strong opposition to the introduction of CSE saying, he will lead a march of Chiefs in his constituency to stop any teacher who tries to teach the course in any of the schools in his constituency.

“The CSE will only be taught in Kyebi and Manhyia and not in my constituency, I as a Member of Parliament for the good people of Ningo-Prampram, will lead a march of chiefs to stop any teacher who tries to teach the course,” he noted.

Later in a post on Facebook, the Member of Parliament said “CSE should read Common Sense Education. It should be taught first to the occupants of the Flagstaff House. 🦁😡”

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