- A former student of Professor Gyampo, Dela Goldeart, has accused him of sexual harassment during her time at the University of Ghana
- In a series of posts on social media, Dela narrated how Gyampo pestered her during her time on campus between 2010 and 2014
- According to Dela, Gyampo went as far as not approving her thesis for graduation because she refused him
- Dela's accusations come in the midst of the BBC's sex-for-grades video which has implicated Gyampo
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Dela Goldheart, a former student of Professor Ransford Gyampo at the University of Ghana, has brought her own sexual harassment accusations against the respected lecturer following his implication in BBC's sex-for-grades video.
According to Dela who is a popular feminist, Prof Gyampo sexually harassed her from her early days as his student at the university and it continued for a very long time.
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Prof Gyampo, one of Ghana's most respected Political Science lecturers, has been caught in a big scandal after he was found in the BBC as one of the offending lecturers.
After the video came out, Gyampo has come out to deny the allegations of sex-for-grades levelled against him in the documentary.
In his response, Gyampo indicated that the documentary had been orchestrated to gag him and that the BBC edited the whole footage to fit its purpose.
But in what could be described as a big dent to Gyampo's denial, Dela Goldheart took to social media with her allegations and narrated how it all happened.
In a series of posts on Facebook, Dela claimed that the harassments from Gyampo started in her first semester in 2010 when Gyampo started complimenting her about her beauty and asking her to come around.
After declining his request to visit his office, Dela claims to have visited one-time and the conversation Gyampo had was to ask her to come to his house and cook for him.
According to Dela, she declined and that was the beginning of her troubles with Gyampo.
Continuing her story, Dela disclosed that Prof Gyampo frustrated her to the point of refusing to approve her dissertation as her supervisor. The dissertation was part of the requirements for graduation.
Punching holes in Gyampo's claims that the BBC had been made to come get him, Dela indicated that the politicians Gyampo is pointing fingers at are equally victims of the BBC's works and could not have 'paid' them to frame Gyampo.
Meanwhile, the BBC Africa Eye has finally released the full documentary on sex-for-grades in universities in Ghana and Nigeria.
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