The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has been under public scrutiny for allegedly approving books that seem to malign the Ewe Ethnic Group in Ghana to an unacceptable description.
The books including Golden Publication’s Golden English for Basic 4 written by Okyere Baah Alexander under a Substrand “PENMANSHIP AND HANDWRITING” seem to suggest that EWEs in Ghana were fond of practicing ”Juju” an African description of Black magic.
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The sentence said; “Efo agreed and prepared juju for the players” . This sentence has been described by the general public as bigotry and should not be encouraged.
In another Publication by Badu Nkansah Publications and written by Badu Nkansah and Nelly Mathison Anim, a Basic 3 History textbook purported to have been approved by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment seem to teach the learners a song that is alleged to have misquoted the Ewe identity to the learners.
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