Senior lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo seems unperturbed by the BBC's ongoing sex-for-grades brouhaha.
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The Ghanaian lecturer and his colleague, Dr Paul Kwame Butakor were captured in BBC’s latest documentary.
Since the video was released on Monday, October 7, 2019, Gyampo and Butakor have been trending.
Now, YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Gyampo proving that he has got the heart of a fearless lion.
In the video, Gyampo was seen cruising in town while jamming to a gospel song.
The title of the song which Gyampo was jamming to is Mey3 Unbreakable meaning he can't be broken.
Watch the video below:
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Gyampo released an official response 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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