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Ghanaians left in shock as another kids textbook which shows how to "make love" pops up.[photo]

Many Ghanaians are left in shock after another kids textbook which demonstrate the raw process of "making love"(sex) pops up on the internet.

A new photo of a certain page in a yet-to-be identified children's textbook is generating lots of reactions and controversies on the internet. Over some days now, there have been an uproar on social media over some English and History textbooks, believed to contain some ethnocentric comment about the Ewes and spoke distastefully about the history of Ghana.

The publishers of these textbooks, have since suffered lots of controversies and contradictions for such publishings. However they have come out to apologize for what they say it an error but Ghanaians are not giving up as they carry out investigations into other textbooks since concerns have been drawn on it.

The discovery of such content has led to the revelation of more textbooks which contains inappropriate description and what many believe to be fake contents. A new page which is causing and uproar on the internet at the moment shows how to have sex, in other words make love. The content reads;

"This is called 'making love'..... your dad moves his penis inside your mom's vagina until it squirt some special stuff into her.

That is when they stop making love, because they've had enough and it's very tiring".

Unbelievable, they is a demonstration photo attached to it too, the writer couldn't apply some sense of humor to use other appropriate words to replace the raw racy words used in the content. This is a textbook for children, probably for the lower primaries and it's too much.

In as much it sounds funny, it's so wrong. Many Ghanaians, including a popular celebrity, Efia Schwarzenegger and others have reacted to this, see reactions from screenshots below..>>>>>>


Information reaching out from the office of Kofi Ofosu Nkansah, the CEO of Accra Digital Center says, the textbooks making rounds on social media isn't a Ghanaian publication.

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