- The lead reporter of the documentary, Kiki Mordi, who was a victim of sexual, harassment during her tertiary school days, took it upon herself to do undertake the investigative piece
- The 56 minutes Sex for Grades documentary carried out by the BBC was commissioned in response to allegations of sexual harassment by lecturers in tertiary institutions
- Reports indicate that aside having the opportunity to view the documentary, captured persons were also given the opportunity to respond to whatever they felt was not in place
The 56 minutes sex for grades documentary carried out by the BBC was commissioned in response to allegations of sexual harassment by lecturers that have hovered over tertiary institutions in West Africa's prestigious Universities.
Following the airing of the documentary, a lot of people have argued about the fact that these lecturers, despite the fact that they were seen in the video were not necessarily exchanging grades for sex.
YEN.com.gh has, however, come out with certain facts that were realised from the documentary.
The lead reporter of the documentary, Kiki Mordi, who was a victim of sexual, harassment during her tertiary school days, took it upon herself to do undertake the investigative piece that has lead to the exposure of lecturers who took advantage of their offices to sexually harass students.
The BBC African eye sought to find hard evidence to back a well-known phenomenon of lecturers haranguing female teachers for sex.
Two senior lecturers from the Nation's premier university were captured during the documentary harassing students sexually.
Head of European studies department, Professor Ransford Gyampo was captured have sexually suggestive conversations with a lady who posed as a student of the University of Ghana. He even went ahead to propose marriage to her and also bought her shoes all in the bid to convince her to budge to his sexually suggestive conversations.
Another lecturer who was caught in the documentary was Dr Paul Kwame Butakor who is a lecturer under the College of Education in UG was captured pleading to be the 'side guy' of the lady who posed to be a student he was lecturing.
He admitted that he was married but the wife was currently out of the country. He also promised to get her a National Service posting in his department if she agreed to have something to do with him.
However, according to GhOne reports, the BBC gave all those who were captured in the documentary an opportunity to view the documentary before it was publicly premiered.
Reports indicate that aside having the opportunity to view the documentary, they were also given the opportunity to respond to whatever they felt was not in place.
However, Professor Gyampo during his media interviews Prof Gyampo vehemently denied ever being sexually involved or harassing any of his students especially the lady in question,
He said he was entrapped and set up by some political persons due to his outspoken nature on political issues.
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