Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei has waded in on the on-going debate of whether it is right to teach kids in kindergarten and nursery topics related to sex and has asked why leaders have opted to teach on sex rather than on a pending social canker, corruption.
The actor who has been vocal on social issues for some time now made this post via his official Instagram handle on Wednesday.
For some few days now, news going viral speculates that the Ghana Education Service (GES) has introduced a new curriculum instructing teachers of kindergarten and lower primary schools to teach on sexual education and the need to understand sexuality and how to opt for it. After series of backlash from a huge section of society, especially religious organizations and bodies, the Minister for Education came out to say it wasn’t a directive from the government and that society should disregard the news, emphatically stating that it was false. There still remain a lot of unanswered questions as to how that curriculum was leaked in the first place.
Adding his voice to the numerous list of celebrities who have questioned the government on this, Prince David Osei took to his official Instagram page to ask if it was necessary to children who know nothing about life topics related to sex when we can educate them on how to prevent corruption before they grow.
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“so wait, rather than teach sexual orientation from nursery, why don’t we start educating the kids on corruption from nursery? Since most of our leaders are corrupt and the kids are our future leaders… kids who can’t clean their butt. We teaching them penis and vagina.”
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