Outspoken New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand, Kennedy Agyapong has made a shocking revelation of how he nearly strangled his ‘paedophile houseboy’ to death for inserting his manhood in the mouth of his 3-year-old daughter.

“The matter went to court and I was ready to kill the suspect that day but they took me out of the courtroom”, he revealed in an interview.

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Contributing to the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)on Oman FM, the MP welcomed the subject to be taught in schools but warned against the Ghana Education Service (GES) teaching it in pre-schools and to underage children.

“The problem I have is those in Kindergarten because if you teach them such things they will not understand …that is where I have problem apart from that, there is nothing wrong about it.

He lashed out at those arguing in the name of religion, morality and customs, indicating that they hide and do worse things than what is to be implemented.

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In his view, the curriculum for CSE must not be taught in pre-schools but it is important that children in the primary schools are thought sexual education.

Many Ghanaians across the political divide have rejected the CSE with the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council leading the charge on the Christian front.

The Chief Imam has also vehemently opposed the CSE.

Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo says he will not approve the controversial Programme for schools in Ghana.

Speaking at the St Cyprians Anglican Church at Kumasi Sunday, the President said his vision was to promote national development and not immorality.

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“There have been talks in recent times about me and my government introducing some inappropriate materials into schools. I brought the Free SHS to strengthen our education and so I will not allow any immoral materials to enter our schools.

 “I’m a Christian and as long as I sit as President of Ghana, I will not allow anything like that in our schools so I urge you all to be calm because I won’t let that happen,” he said.

Source: Mynewsgh.com