UG Authorities Reject BBC Documentary, Saying Lecturers Did No Wrong- Full GIST

Trending story ungoing which is barely twenty- four hours which indicates an explosive BBC documentary which exposed the immortal activities of lecturers towards their female students, the authorities of the university of Ghana have cleared the two lecturers indicated in the scandal, saying they did absolutely nothing wrong.

Dubbed documentary on “sex for Grades” the explosive Undercover documentary which was premiered yesterday by foreign investigative journalist on October 7
Which focuses on university lecturers who sexually harass students for favours.

However in a sudden twist of situation,
Chairperson of anti-sexual harassment committee of the university of Ghana (UG), Dr Margaret Amoakohene has refuted allegations made against lecturers of the institution cited in the BBC Africa Eye documentary, saying that there is no evidence clearly indicates nd shown that they slept with the students to give them better grades.

This is in a stark contrast to what happened in Nigeria where the Nigerian lecturer of the university of lagos, Dr Boniface igbeneghu who also doubles as a pastor kicked out of the church for compromising his position to solicit for sex with frm students.


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