“Don’t approve CSE” – GPCC to gov’t



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The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, (GPCC) has asked government, as a matter of urgency, to eliminate the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education curriculum.

According to GPCC, the Christian teachings do not tolerate the exposure of children below tender age to sex education.

“We would like to state clearly that the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council does not accept any form of educating minors and pupils on sexuality. In our estimation, such a move is an attempt to hide behind educational reforms to brainwash the pupils with LGBT agenda”, the council said.

This was disclosed at a press conference organized by the Ghana Pentecostal and charismatic council, (GPCC) Thursday 3rd October 2019 at the Assemblies of God, Ghana Headquarters in Accra.

The aim of the conference is to persuade government to withdraw the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) which the government through the ministry of education intends to introduce into the basic school’s curriculum.

Addressing the media at a press conference, the chairman of the Ghana Pentecostal and charismatic council, (GPCC) Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso, said the introduction of CES is a satanic attempts by the international donors to destroy Ghana’s future and its educational system.

‘’In our estimation, such a move is an attempt to hide behind educational reforms to brainwash the pupils with LGBT agenda. Ideally, Ghana Pentecostal and charismatic council recommends that sexual education be introduced to children above the age of 10. This is the time the children are expected to begin to understand the socio-moral consequences of the choice of sex orientation’’. Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong stated.

He also appealed to government to give orthodox Churches autonomy of their schools to enable them regulate and monitor activities in the schools.

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