Executive Director of the Atta Mills Institute and former Deputy General Secretary of the opposition NDC Koku Anyidoho has said President Akufo-Addo’s statement that the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) will not happen under his watch cooled his heart.
The former presidential staffer says he is speaking up against the CSE because as a Christian who holds reservation against what the CSE propagates, which he maintains animals will not do and defies logic. He says he took to heart president Akufo-Addo’s assurance.
Mr. Anyidoho said his Atta Mills Institute is teaming up with the National Coalition For Proper Human Sexual Rights And Family Values to launch what he says is a “vociferous” campaign to ensure that NO Government saddles Ghana with such a satanic albatross that will do nothing but fast-track the soul of a whole nation into hell’s fire of perpetual damnation”.
Mr Anyidoho said his opposition to the CSE must not be seen as “waging a war or a hate campaign against any group of matured adults who, in their privacy, and behind closed doors, decide to engage in certain “acts” that will give them sexual gratification”.
“I have stated in extremely unequivocal terms that I am a firm believer in the Bible and so my belief is the thread that shall run through all my lines of thought as regards this written piece of mine”, he wrote.
“What I am against (and the overwhelming majority of human beings are against it too), is the unacceptable manner in which some persons want to deliberately force all of us to incur the wrath of the Creator via the Comprehensive Satanic Education (CSE) curriculum they want to shove down the throat of Ghana’s Basic Education System”, he added.
He vowed to team up with Mr. Moses Foh-Amoaning to wage a spirited fight against the CSE, if necessary, adding that it is “heartening to hear President Akufo-Addo say that no such thing will happen under his watch”.