The most trending issue in Ghana right now is the implication of University of Ghana's Professor Ransford Gyampo and Dr Paul Kwame Butakor in the BBC's sex-for-grades documentary.
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Gyampo and Butakor were caught in a video trying to allegedly use their positions to gain sexual favours from undercover journalists who had posed as students of the university.
Following the release of the full video, it has been revealed the investigations leading to the final documentary was led by a Nigerian journalist, Kiki Mordi.
YEN.com.gh brings you some photos of the woman who led the dent to the reputation of Gyampo and others.
Kiki is a relatively young woman.
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She celebrated her 28th birthday in August 2019.
Apart from her work as a BBC journalist, she works as radio presenter.
She presents a show on WFM, a women-focused radio station in Nigeria.
Kiki is actually an award-winning presenter who won Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Award for Outstanding Radio Program Presenter- South-South (Midday/Lunch Hour 11am-4pm) in 2016.
Born in Port Harcourt, Kiki resides in London and often travels to Nigeria.
Kiki is a strong women's advocate who is very vocal.
Her interest in women's rights stemmed from the fact that she is herself a victim of sexual harassment.
According to Kiki, she dropped out of one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria becuase of sexual harassment.
Following the death of her father, she gained admission to pursue medicine but she had to drop out because of the pestering.
Because of her experience this, Kiki does not joke with her advocacy for women and she has hit the streets in protest marches.
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