A main 4 historical past textbook has develop into the middle of discussions after it emerged that it had content material that in lots of elements listed disadvantages of faith, particularly of Christianity.
The e-book, Historical past of Ghana for Primary Colleges, Learner’s Ebook 4, was authored by Francis Benjamin Appiah and Henry David Appiah.
The quilt web page sighted by GhanaWeb has the approval of the Nationwide Council for Curriculum and Evaluation (NaCCA) although the outfit has denied approving the mentioned copy.
The contentious web page making the rounds on social media platforms is beneath the part titled: “NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES.”
The authors record seven anti-Christianity factors which have triggered the social media debates. The factors vary from faith being a serious reason for battle globally, that Christianity has led to extend in poverty and that the faith missionaries introduced “create a way of worry or timidity of their adherents.”
Discover the seven factors beneath:
The Nationwide Council for Curriculum and Evaluation (NaCCA) in reacting to the e-book has acknowledged that the model cited shouldn’t be what was accepted.
A Deputy Spokesperson for the Ministry of Training, Yaw Opoku Mensah is quoted by Pleasure Information as stating that NaCCA had not accepted the actual copy.
He claimed that per the data offered to him by NaCCA, the accepted model of the e-book didn’t have the part in query, the Pleasure Information report added.
NaCCA is an entity mandated by the Training Regulatory Our bodies Act, 2020 (Act 1023) to develop nationwide curriculum and evaluation requirements for pre-tertiary training establishments apart from technical and vocational training and coaching establishments.
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