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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia wants Government to Withdraw Sex Education in schools

General News Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia wants Government to Withdraw Sex Education in schools

The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) has appealed to the government to withdraw the implementation of the newly introduced Comprehensive Sexuality Education in schools.

EFZ Board Chairperson Paul Mususu says Comprehensive Sexuality Education has the potential to expose pupils to homosexuality and other forms of sex against the order of nature.

Bishop Mususu wonders why some western countries are pushing for Comprehensive sexuality Education other than partnering with developing countries to improve the curriculum in some traditional subjects.

He says the EFZ has written to the Ministry of General Education to withdraw the Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Schools until wider consultation with various stakeholders is made.

Bishop Mususu said this at a Press briefing in Lusaka today.

He said 75 percent of schools in the country are already rolling out Comprehensive Sexuality Education.

Meanwhile, Northmead Assembly of God Overseer Bishop Joshua Banda has called on parents to play a role in sensitising children on sexual orientation which is against the order of nature.

10 COMMENTS

  1. Due to information age we are today, our children know more than what we know about sexuality due to advancement information technology.

    We should embrace the new changes and make them understand the dangers of early sexual engagement.

    Our children access internet either at school or through mobile phones and other gadgets with internet connectivity and due to peer pressures are forced know things before the right.

    It is better embrace this knew curriculum alongside with our traditional values.

    Sex was meant for reproduction and only for married people but it has been taken as pleasure.

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  2. “Bishop Mususu wonders why some western countries are pushing for Comprehensive sexuality Education other than partnering with developing countries to improve the curriculum in some traditional subjects.”
    BISHOP MUSUSU, be informed that there’s no western country in this world that is going to partner with African countries to improve the carriculum in traditional subjects. Or else in subjects that is going to produce engineering designers in Africa simply because they don’t support the right things for Africa. The things that will make Africans become confident and start developing. There idea is to support Africa in things that will bring confusion in Africa. Things that have got nothing to do with real development. It wouldn’t be surprising to hear that there’s aid attached to…

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  3. …It wouldn’t be surprising to hear that there’s aid attached to introducing this useless, however, children-confusing CSE carriculum. This comes back to dependence syndrome. More children will be produced by children- and again more aid and no economic independence.

  4. This is where I get worried. Who drew up the content of this comprehensive sexuality education for primary schools? And how was it introduced to pupils without approval of education standards officials in the Ministry of Education? Did someone get paid under the table to approve wht is being condemned now? There’s something fishy here.

  5. Is it the disgraced David Mabumba who politically presided over this comprehensive sex education after consulting the estimable Godfridah Sumaili who blessed it with prayer?

  6. I 100% agree with the Senior Chief. We don’t need this trash; we are a Christian nation and we cannot exchange our morals for money. We have a duty to protect the future generation – this curriculum is from the pit of hell. There is time for everything and our children have a lot of things they can be taught on, but not Sex, abortion, LGBT, Transgender. This curriculum is far worse than Zodwa, Bushiri, Prophet Angel, etc, all put together. It is a disgrace to even be doing some pilot project, in the first place. When you are given fish by the donors please don’t eat everything; take out the bones, but our Gov’t seems to eating everything.
    Psalm 33:11-12. God bless Zambia!

  7. When Chief Chitimukulu first publicly spoke about it, he was showered with a rain of insults.

    When changing the curriculum for our young one, please let all stake holders be availed with contents.

    It’s like saying our kids know more than we do so let’s allow them watch anything (SNV) on TV!

    Thanks to EFZ and the Northern chief for directing us on the teaching of this subject.

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