The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO),The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and The United Nations Population Fund, formerly the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) are alleged to be the ‘devils’ behind the introduction of Comprehensive Sexuality Education ‘Satanic CSE’ into Ghanaian Schools.
This allegation was communicated to the Minister of Education, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh by Dr. Samuel Ofori Amona, in an audio recording. In a related development, Ghana’s CSE fight boosted by US-based World Congress of Families
Dr. Samuel Ofori is a member of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values with Foe Amoaning as its Executive Secretary.
According to him, he has been communicating with the Minister on ‘WhatsApp’ to that effect but all to no avail.
Describing the definition of CSE by the Minister of Education during its launch in Accra, he quoted the definition by the Minister as ” a systematic approach to equip young people with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values they need to determine and enjoy their sexuality physically and emotionally, individually and in relationships”
Dr. Samuel Ofori added, that the definition was quoted to have been coming from (IPPF 2006) and adopted by UNFPA.
He thereby indicated that the devils behind this Satanic Agenda are the UNESCO, IPPF, and UNFPA.
Explaining his experience with the World Bank and African Development Bank for fifteen years, he indicated emphatically that he knew a lot about the United Nations System and their Agenda, saying all of them have a common strategic pillar called ‘Diversity in Sexual Orientation.”.
Explaining the definition of CSE in context, Dr. Samuel Ofori said there was the need to reference the sources earlier mentioned.
Dr. Samuel questioned the type of values that were yet to be introduced to Ghanaians for them to enjoy their sexuality physically and emotionally, individually and in relationships.
“Who told you that boys don’t know they are boys and girls don’t know they are girls?” He asked.
He called on the Minister to listen to advice from the Christian Council, Moslem Council, and other able-bodied organizations.
Describing the attitude of the Minister as one that can affect his party, he told the Minister not to be ‘stubborn’ when being given advice that will benefit the nation.
He questioned the intention of the Minister to negotiate with the ‘devil’ to destroy the nation’s future.
He reminded the Mingier that he was appointed to serve the entire nation and not his parochial interest.
Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh is a member of the UNESCO Executive Board.