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Video - Sex For Marks In Nigeria & Ghana Universities - BBC Releases Full Documentary, Mentioned Names



Sex for marks in Nigeria Universities is well as Polytechnics is the new "normal" in high institutions both in Nigeria and Ghana. BBC with their investigative/undercover arm "African Eye" took it upon themselves to expose the lecturers who was found culpable of this reckless and unholy act. 

After gathering dozens of testimonies, BBC Africa Eye sent undercover journalists posing as students inside the University of Lagos and the University of Ghana. Female reporters were sexually harassed, propositioned and put under pressure by senior lecturers at the institutions – all the while wearing secret cameras.

Reporter Kiki Mordi, who knows first-hand how devastating sexual harassment can be, reveals what happens behind closed doors at some of the region’s most prestigious universities.

The video below will show you more but just to give you a slice of the pie,  Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu a former Sub Dean, Faculty of Arts, Unilag Senior lecturer and also Foursquare Pastor is involved in this unholy act. So much for pastors. 

Early today, a video also surfaced in the socials as one of the culprits which is a Ghanaian Lecturer, Prof. Ransford Gyampo was in tears while teaching students in a hall, as they mocked him, after BBC released a video of him demanding sex from a female undercover Journalist, who posed as a student.

Professor Gyampo was allegedly implicated in the “sex for grades” investigations carried out by BBC Africa Eye. In a radio interview with Accra based Citi FM on Monday, Professor Gyampo denied abusing his power to make sexual advances towards students. **Cockroaches will always deny involvement even when you catch them red-handed**.

This documentary is an eye opener for those of us who had not being to school and for the parents who doesn't know what their daughters are going through in schools everyday. For those of us who passed through the system,  we already know this and Nigeria, being what it is, if you try to change the system, you end up becoming an escape goat. 

Notable Nigerians: Dr. Bukola Sarake, Uche Jumbo, Don Jazzy, etc have expressed their displeasure in the way lecturers are cultivating an abusive environments for our children. Many Nigerians have also stormed the Facebook page of Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu, the UNILAG lecturer caught in a ”sex for grades” scandal and others to vent their minds. 

A BBC documentary exposed Igbeneghu via a secret filming which showed him sexually harassing a female reporter posing as a student. I guess he has no way to deny this now. 

What do you think the authorities in Nigeria and Ghana will do following this revelation? Do you think they will swing into actions and let the full weight of the law take its cause? 

See video of the BBC African Eye Sex Abuse in Documentary in UNILAG ...



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