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Nigerian parents protest sexuality education in curricula

Over 815 parents have endorsed petition to the Federal Government against the introduction of ‘Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) allegedly smuggled into the school curricular in Nigeria, reports ITRealms.

This is coming barely 24 hours after the petition was set up in an online petition at Citizengo by the Project for Human Development. As at the time of going to the press, the petition has received over 815 endorsements.

The petitioners alleged that the Comprehensive Sexuality Education smuggled into school curricula was an imposition on public schools without parental consent, lamenting it was aimed at luring hapless school children into sexual perversity, as students in open classroom are taught the various techniques of "safe-sex".

They alleged that children, nieces and nephews are taught how to wear the condoms, give oral sex, as well as masturbate in classrooms.

According to the petitioners, this is an abuse of the right of the Nigerian child and a betrayal of trust delegated to the Ministry of Education and its agencies.

They also urge other Nigerian parents to stand up to be counted in this protest by saying “NO to Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in Nigerian schools today.”


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