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GES responds to Comprehensive Sexuality Education controversy

Following the public uproar on the introduction of the Comprehensive Sexuality Education in All public schools beginning next year, the Ghana Education Service has in a statement asked the general public to dispel any kind of fear it may have about the new syllable.

The statement signed by the Head of Public Relations Unit, Mad. Cassandra Twum Ampofo wishes to assure the general public that no special sessions have been organized or will ever be organized by the GES to train students as advocates for sexual rights, let alone LGBT rights which are culturally, socially, legally, morally, and religiously alien to Ghana.

It stated that the GES is a state agency and will not under any circumstance implement any programme which goes contrarily to the legal, cultural norms, values and beliefs of the Ghanaian people.

Below is a copy of the statement as released by the ministry;

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