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Drop ‘Satanic’ Sex Education Programme : Chief Imam

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The National Chief Imam Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has described the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education curriculum as satanic.

According to him, Islamic teachings do not tolerate the exposure of children below age 10 to sex education.

“We would like to state unequivocally that the Islamic Community 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.

Ideally, Islamic jurisprudence 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.

“We, therefore, urge the sector Ministry and GES to consider a broad consultation with relevant stakeholders on the implementation of the controversial policy.

“We appeal to the Ministry and GES to drop that satanic agenda in the interest of national cohesion and moral promotion,” the Chief Imam said in a statement.

The statement also urged the Ghana Education Service to embark on broad consultation on the matter before any attempt at implementation.

It comes after the massive public uproar against the sex education initiation with some Ghanaians calling on the education ministry to withdraw it.

For instance, the Concerned Teachers Association of Ghana says teachers in the country are not aware of the controversial curriculum which is starting next academic year.

According to them, claims by the Ghana Education Service that teachers have been briefed about the curriculum are untrue.

Below are details of the statement

THE CSE AT PRE-SCHOOL LEVEL

The Office of the National Chief Imam (ONCI) wishes to add its voice to the ongoing debate on the agenda of Ghana Education Service (GES) to introduce what it calls Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) at the KG, targeting 5-year old pupils.

The ONCI is joined in this endeavor by the Tijjaniya Muslims of Ghana, the Islamic Peace and Security Council of Ghana (IPASEC), the Islamic Council for Development and Humanitarian Services (ICODEHS), the Islamic Research Association of Ghana and the Association of the 16 Regional Chiefs Imams.

We would like to state unequivocally that the Islamic Community 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.
Ideally, Islamic jurisprudence 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.

We, therefore, urge the sector Ministry and GES to consider a broad consultation with relevant stakeholders on the implementation of the controversial policy.

We appeal to the Ministry and GES to drop that satanic agenda in the interest of national cohesion and moral promotion.

The ONCI and its partners mentioned above take this opportunity to reiterate their commitment to discipline and morality among the youth and in the learning industry.

We thank the media for helping us carry this and other messages across.

Sincerely yours,

Alhaji Khuzaima Osman
Personal Assistant to the National Chief Imam.
Director of Youth and Interfaith Programs, ONCI.

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University Student Stabbed To Death By Boyfriend After She Broke His Heart

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We have received the sad news on the death of a Polytechnic student who was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend.

Dorcas Jamilla Ouma is a first-year student of Kisumu Polytechnic and it’s believed her boyfriend stabbed her multiple times for breaking his heart on Tuesday, 12th November 2019.

The boyfriend is a former Maseno University student and he was arrested the next day after the assault hiding in a bush.

Dorcas did not die immediately according to eyewitnesses. She was rushed to the hospital and she named her assailant before she passed.

According to the Kondele Police Station which apprehended the 27-year-old alleged killer, he has already fought with the late Dorcas just a day before the incident on social media and he accused her of breaking his heart.

He blamed not just the girl for their breakup but also the girl’s family for encouraging her to dump him.

In a series of post on his social media pages, the alleged killer wrote

“Be careful when you love that girl you see on my profile picture. She has killed me. Real love is not there and can never exist,” read an excerpt from the suspects’ Facebook post.

“I am the first man in her life but now I stink to her and her family who think I will waste their daughter because I am poor,” he shared online.

May she rest in perfect peace

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New Explicit Tape Of A SHS Student “Annie Faanu” Leaks | WATCH

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A new explicit tape of one SHS student identified as Annie Faanu has been leaked.

According to reports reaching us, the girl schooled at Syte where she had to redrawn from the school.

She was the admitted at to Gaec as she claimed she was forced for sex.

Other claim she was fully prepared for sex as her tape has been leaked.

Get the video on our Telegram page “KubiLive”.

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Abortion Is Not A Sin, The Same As Sex Before Marriage : Counselor Lutterodt

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Controversial relationship and marriage counselor, George Lutterodt has made a rather surprising comment about abortion.

According to the counselor, sex before marriage is not a sin but it is the church that has engraved such thought in the minds of Ghanaians.

The counselor believes abortion is not a sin and also sex before marriage shouln’t also be seen as such.

“Pregnancy just comes because people don’t know when to have sex and when not to have it. The abortion problem is becoming common to us because we have not educated the people on when to have sex.

The church has also come in to make people believe that sex before marriage is a sin. Where is abortion a sin? , Counselor Lutterodt indicated.

This statement by Counselor Lutterodt has sparked a controversy on social media as netizens have described his comments as outrageous.

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