Some Ghanaians have lashed out at lawyer Maurice Ampaw for saying some students also harass lecturers by making advances towards them.
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Maurice Ampaw, on the back of the BBC Africa Eye documentary on sex for grades at the universities, said female students harass lecturers all the time.
He said while a lecturer at Central University, a student once bought him a boxer shorts and other gifts just so they date each other.
“I was harassed at Central University when I was a lecturer there. They went on vacation and when they returned, one of the female students bought me boxer shorts, added £100 cash and put it in my pigeonhole on campus to draw my attention.
“She even came to class and was staring at me with 'sezzy' eyes. I even informed the class though I didn’t mention her name,” the lawyer said.
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Lawyer Ampaw however, said the lecturers indicted in the BBC exosé acted "childishly".
But some Ghanaians on Facebook say lawyer Ampaw is an attention seeker. They also expressed mixed views on his opinion.
Below are comments on Facebook:
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Speaking at the St Cyprians Anglican Church in Kumasi on Sunday, October 6, the president said his vision is to have an educated country for national development not to promote immorality, that the Ghanaian culture frowns on.
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