Professor Ransford Gyampo, the head of European Studies at the University of Ghana, has been trending in the news.
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This follows BBC's latest documentary on sex-for-grades in West African universities in which Gyampo and one other colleague got implicated.
Amid the scandal, a section of Ghanaians on social media have described Gyampo's implication as 'karma'.
According to these people, Gyamo had sought to mock former Ghana Football Association (GFA) boss Kwesi Nayantakyi after he was caught taking a bribe in a similar expose by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
While reacting to Nyantakyi's video in June 2018, Gyampo lambasted for behaving cheaply in Anas' video.
“It is a sad day for Ghana. Watching the video, it clearly showed that some of the officials were desperate to use their office to influence the game by taking inducements, but frankly speaking others were also entrapped,” he stated in an interview.
For those who feel Gyampo behaved like someone sitting on a high horse while speaking on Nyantakyi's, it was karma that was dealing with Gyampo.
Most of the people have been sharing screenshots of Gyampo's comments to mock him.
Meanwhile, Professor Gyampo has been spotted in a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh crying in class.
The video happened to have been circulated after it was revealed that he was caught on tape trying to lure an undercover journalist who was posing as a student
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