The history of education in Mission schools does not support claims of indoctrination being peddled by persons opposed to handing back the schools to the Church.
That is the response of the Christian Council of Ghana to assertions by MP for Asawase Muhammed-Muntaka Mubarak that handing over the school once again to the Missions will lead to indoctrination.
General Secretary Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong in a radio interview said government will remain a key stakeholder in the running of the schools at all times and so claims the students will be indoctrination are invalid.
"The history of education, especially in mission schools doesnt support the fear and the argument on indoctrination, infact mission schools have been very inclusive and there are ample examples of great Muslim scholars who have even some out of our [Mission] schools"
Rev. Dr Opuni-Frimpong however disagrees, maintaining that the Missions schools have a reputation of accommodating other religious over the course of their existence, stressing in some of these schools, prefects and other positions are occupied by Muslims.
"It is not true, the history of education in this country doesnt sustain that argument that churches have done that [indoctrination] and there is no reason moving forward for the churches to do so" he said.