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Daily Archives: October 1, 2019

CSE not approved material; No teacher trained to handle it – Gov’t

Government has denied knowledge of the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education curriculum which has triggered public outrage in the country. The Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh told a press conference that the basic school curriculum framework published by the National Council on Curriculum Assessment(NaCCA) has not approved any material on CSE. He again noted that no teacher has been ...

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Drop ‘Satanic’ Comprehensive Sex Education – Chief Imam

The National Chief Imam Sheikh Dr. Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has described the much talked about yet to be introduced Comprehensive Sexuality Education curriculum as a ‘Satanic agenda’. According to the Islamic Cleric, Islamic jurisprudence does not countenance the exposure of children below age 10 to sex education. “We would like to state unequivocally that the Islamic Community does not accept ...

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Profane songs must be banned…body to censure music necessary – Akosua Agyepong

Veteran musician Akosua Agyepong is advocating for the setting up of a body to assess music produced in Ghana. According to her, it has become necessary for such a move due to the increasing level of profanity contained in music churched out in the past few years. Ghanaians by our culture are known to be people who frown upon the ...

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Bawumia sacks Manaf fom his office

An aide to the Vice President, Manaf Ibrahim has been removed as Director of Political Affairs at the Vice President’s Secretariat. A letter from the office of the Vice President and signed by the Secretary to the Vice President, Augustine Blay said:” I have been directed to inform you that your appointment as Director of Political Affairs at the Vice ...

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Water, Electricity & Comm Service tariffs hike takes effect today

Consumers will be paying more for services starting today following the announced increment in utility tarrifs and as well as taxes on communications services which takes effect today. The Public Utility Regulatory Commission(PURC) has increased water tariff by 2.2% while electricity is up by 5.9%. These new tarrifs come just three months after the PURC increased water and electricity tarrifs. ...

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Gov’t not supporting any candidate for GFA Presidency -Minister of Sports

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Hon. Isaac Kwame Asiamah has debunked rumours that the government is supporting certain candidates who are contesting for the post of the GFA precedency. He added that the ministry is ready to work with whoever emerges victorious. The FA election which is slated for 25 of October includes Amanda Clinton, George Akwasi Afriyie, Nana ...

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