Kiki Mordi: BBC journalist who led sex-for-grades documentary receives death threats

Kiki Mordi: BBC journalist who led sex-for-grades documentary receives death threats

- Kiki Mordi, The BBC journalist who led the sex-for-grades documentary against Professor Gyampo and other lecutrers has spoken

- According to Mordi, she has received threats on her life since the interview

- However, Mordi is not troubled by the death threats because she has faith in her employers to protect her

Kiki Mordi, the BBC journalist who led the operation for the sex-for-grades documentary which has hit universities in Ghana and Nigeria has been threatened with death.

According to Mordi, who is a Nigerian, she had received subtle threats on her life over the documentary which aired on Monday, October 7, 2019.

Kiki Mordi: BBC journalist who lead sex-for-grades documentary receives death threats

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The BBC documentary caught lecturers from the University of Ghana and the University of Lagos in Nigeria in a video trying to allegedly use their positions to demand sex from young ladies who posed as students in their respective schools.

Speaking in an interview with SaharaReporters.com, stated that despite the threats, she is unfazed because the BBC takes the security of its workers seriously.

"I have received subtle threats since this work was completed but I am not bothered because the BBC takes the security of employees seriously," a report sighted by YEN.com.gh quoted her to have said.

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Touching on the documentary itself, Mordi revealed that the main objective was to get justice for vulnerable students who have been suffering for so long.

"The biggest goal of this work was to be louder than the aggressor because sexual harassment is very loud. I wanted it to be silenced."

According to the BBC journalist she did her best to do a thorough job despite the existing threats and she is happy with the results so far.

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

"Before embarking on this project, the team prayed a lot and also sang because it helped to calm the nerves. But I had to go through the trainings I received over and over again because I wanted to get it right.

"I am happy that a lot is changing already since the documentary was released and I can confirm to you that one of the lecturers at the University of Lagos caught sexually harassing a prospective student has been dismissed by the institution.

I believe it doesn’t stop there until there is a conviction. We have to break that culture of impunity," she was quoted as saying.

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Meanwhile, 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.

According to Otabil, men who fail to control their appetites to tend to commit all kinds of evil.

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