- Gifty Anti has stated that there are some female lecturers who have been demanding sex-for-grades from male students
- Her comment caught the attention of a social media user, Pope Afenu
- The user shamed Gifty Anti stressing that she shouldn't block their blessings
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Renowned media personality, Gifty Anti, is currently hot on social media over the sex-for-grades brouhaha.
On Monday, October 7, 2019, BBC released a documentary about how some top lecturers at the University of Ghana have been manipulating the grades of female students for sexual favours.
The two top lecturers who were implicated in the video are, Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor.
Due to that, the popular broadcaster took to social media to blow cover regarding how some female lecturers have been demanding sex-for-grades from male students.
However, Gifty’s statement caught the attention of a social media user, Pope Afenu.
According to Afenu, Gifty should not block the blessings of the male students because they have not complained.
He wrote, “Madam, we’ve not complained, stop blocking our blessings, opportunity comes but once.”
Gifty in replying Afenu wrote, “Yoo I hear.”
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Gaympo released an official respond to the allegations.
According to Professor Gyampo, he has not involved himself in sex-for-grades as the BBC's video is implying.
In a swift response, Prof Gyampo indicated that he was aware of the University of Ghana's Sexual Harassment Policy and has always adhered to it.
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