The proposal for the removal of Religious and Moral Education (RME) from the Basic School curriculum has received a great deal of backlash from educational stakeholders especially educationist Mr. Daniel Fenyi. Another article on Ghanaeducationew with thought-provoking vies is GES cuts RME out of Basic School, looming danger
Counsellor Daniel Fenyi has asserted that building a “national cathedral” for people who have no basic religious or moral training is an unintelligent initiative and pointed out that prayers from immoral mouths and hearts are inefficient.
The reality of discipline and Morality in Ghana today
Educationist Daniel Fenyi insinuated that morality has totally broken down in Ghana to the extent that youths indulge in sexual immoralities and even video-tape themselves and share on social media, prostitutes like Moesha Budong and Rosemond Brown feel proud to admit they sleep around for money, accountants steal, lawyers lie and doctors/nurses have no sympathy for patients.
To Counsellor, this is the time moral education needs to be emphasised and intensified but not to be scrapped from the system.
Educationist Daniel Fenyi said building a national cathedral for Christians to pray and perform other religious activities without giving the children adequate education on moral education is a sign of hypocrisy.
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