When men can't control their appetite all sorts of evil are committed - Otabil says amid sex-for-grades video saga

When men can't control their appetite all sorts of evil are committed - Otabil says amid sex-for-grades video saga

- Pastor Mensa Otabil has spoken about the evils people can commit if they fail to check their appetite

- Otabil's statement comes in the wake of BBC's sex-fo grades video which has implicated Professor Ransford Gyampo and others

- Even though Otabil did not mention the BBC video, many social media users have drawn a link

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Pastor Mensa Otabil, the founder and general overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), has spoken following BBC's sex-for-grades video against Professor Ransford Gyampo and other lecturers.

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The BBC released a video of its latest documentary in which Prof Gyampo and one other lecturer at the University of Ghana, Dr Paul Kwame Butakor, were caught allegedly in sex-for-grades scandals.

Speaking after the video popped up, Pastor Otabil lamented about how men who do not control their appetites create problems.

According to Otabil, such men who fail to control their appetites to tend to do all kinds of bad things.

"When men cannot control their appetite all sorts of evil are committed," Otabil wrote.

READ ALSO: Former UG student deepens Gyampo's woes; tells her own sexual harassment ordeal with him

Otabil's post had many of his followers agreeing. While many of them prayed for the strength to withstand such appetite, others also pointed to the sex-for-grades video even though Otabil did not explicitly mention that in his statement.

Efoe just pointed out 'sex for grade':

READ ALSO: University of Ghana backs Gyampo, Butakor after BBC's sex-for-grades video

Daniel also saw the same:

Sydney quoted one of the most popular statements in the BBC video:

READ ALSO: Watch full BBC sex-for-grades video showing how caught Prof Gyampo and other lecturers

Meanwhile, Prof Gyampo has released an official response to the allegations saying he did not engage in sex-for-grades as being suggested.

According to Professor Gyampo, he has not involved himself in sex-for-grades as the BBC's video is implying.'

In an eight-point statement, Gyampo pointed out that the video was edited to suit the purposes of those who commissioned it ignoring the contributions of the lady in their encounters.

READ ALSO: Ghanaians mock Prof Gyampo with his own comments about Anas' video on Nyantakyi

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