Promoting condom use in schools is a deathly culture – Clergy

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The Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference has accused the Ministry of

Gender, Children and Social Protection of helping international

organisations propagate a deathly agenda of condom use in schools.

In a Communiqué issued at the end of this year's plenary Assembly in

Accra, which was on the theme: The Pastoral Challenges of the Family

in the Context of Evangelisation", the Conference said, among others

things: "We also deplore in no uncertain terms a radical and faceless

culture of death which promotes among other things the supply and use

of the condom in our schools, the in vitro fertilization and the

contraception agenda of some national and international institutions

in Ghana."

"Painfully, some Ghanaian homosexual and pro-abortion groups, and even

our Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection overtly and

subtly support these international organizations," the Bishops


They said in the communiqué: "We wish to draw the attention of all

Ghanaians to this dangerous "culture of death" being imposed on us and

call on all Ghanaians to forcefully reject this so-called freedom

which indeed is suicidal."

"Further, we urge those who represent Ghana at the United Nations and

other such bodies to realise that these practices are culturally

abominable and morally and spiritually reprehensible," the Bishops


The Conference, therefore, urged them "to refrain from endorsing such

disastrous protocols on our behalf. Whenever they do sign such

protocols, they betray the trust the good people of Ghana have vested

in them. We are to remind ourselves of the well-known fact that a

nation that kills its unborn babies has no future."

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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