GIMPA lecturer says female student offered him sex for grades with 'raw body' photo

GIMPA lecturer says female student offered him sex for grades with 'raw body' photo

- A senior lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Business School, has shared his 'sex for grades' experience

- Dr Emmanuel Acheampong revealed a female student who sat for his exam inserted ''her naked photo and telephone number'' in her answer booklet

- Dr Acheampong spoke to Ahotor FM

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Amid the recent ‘sex for grades' exposé in West African universities by BBC Africa Eye, several victims of sexual harassment are coming out to share their experiences irrespective of their gender.

The latest is Dr Emmanuel Acheampong, a senior lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Business School.

According to ghanaweb, Dr Acheampong disclosed in an interview with Ahotor FM and monitored by DailyNewsGhana.com that a female student in one of the universities in the country, where he works as a part-time lecturer offered him sex for grades.

While he says the incident did not happen in GIMPA, Dr Acheampong revealed the lady was ''a Nigerian student''.

Dr Acheampong further noted the student had inserted ''her naked photo and mobile number'' in her answer booklet after writing his paper.

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He continued: ''When I opened the paper, it was an empty sheet with her naked picture and telephone number under it. I called her and with my background as a Christian, I counselled her'' he revealed.

Dr Acheampong said he did the right thing by marking her accordingly and failed her.

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Meanwhile, of the recent 'Sex for Grades' documentary by BBC’s Africa Eye which has rocked prominent lecturers at universities in Ghana and Nigeria, more victims have boldly stepped forward to share their traumatic experiences.

Ghana's professor Ransford Gyampo was captured in the exposé ''requesting'' to marry an undercover journalist who had posed as a student to seek academic favours from him.

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