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One of the University of Ghana lecturers reportedly implicated in the BBC documentary, Sex for Grades, says he will sue the British broadcaster.
The Political Science lecturer at University of Ghana, in an interview with Citi News, said he didn’t do anything like it's been alleged in the BBC exposé.
“I didn’t see anything like that [in the video] and I have not done anything like that,” he said in the radio interview with a Citi FM.
The BBC Africa Eye’s yet-to-be aired documentary revealed that the UG lecturer supposedly abused his power by making advances towards innocent students.
Professor Gyampo is said to have told one of the reporters in the documentary who posed as a student seeking academic favours that he would marry her.
In excerpts of the video released on BBC Somalia’s Facebook page, Professor Gyampo persuaded the reporter to meet him at the mall where he was caught on camera making “numerous [alleged] inappropriate demands.”
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In the report, he also allegedly requested to kiss the reporter.
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