Badu Nkansah has been famous for good reasons over the years until the distasteful content in his History Book for Basic 3 about the Ewes people popped up.
However, his troubles seem not to be over as Hon. Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu has exposed another content that suggests marriages within the same ethnic group lead to giving birth to “local’ children.
In Badu Nkansah’s History Book 3, page 38 on intermarriages, he indicates that through intermarriages, exotic good-looking children are born. The exotic children born and others did not go down well with the Member of parliament and many Twitter users.
Reacting to these benefits outlined in the book, Hon. Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa had this to say via his tweet monitored by Ghanaeducation.org.
The benefits of inter-marriage according to our infamous authors:
“Exotic good-looking children; You become a member of another race as well.”
What a pathetically inferior mindset! Our children do not deserve this gross miseducation.
Some reactions to the content on page 38 of his book published based on NaCCA curriculum by Twitter users include…
He just got everything wrong, and he needs to be condemned. It seems all the tribes got theirs.
Are you seriously right? Or is some kind of joke.
In any case, what is wrong with the old syllabus? That government has to spend our scarce resources on things like this. How was the tendering done to arrive at people like this to mislead our children?
Ooh Say it again oooo Honorable ….hmmm….they want to change everything done by previous governments…..Ghana first not partisan politics. ……we get your back Mr Okudzeto.
Publishers like Badu Nkansah need to get qualified educationists in subject areas to lead the development of content.