Apparently, the most talked-about issue in Ghana now is BBC’s sex for grades documentary which exposed the immoral activities of lecturers towards their female students.
The documentary fingered two of the university’s profound lecturers, a Political Science lecturer, Prof. Ransford Gyampo and a lecturer at the College of Education, Dr. Paul Kwame Bukator.
Following the issue, the University of Ghana has announced their interdiction. The two are also expected to face the University’s Anti-sexual harassment committee probing the scandal.
Nonetheless, Jupdateafrica.com has intercepted some irresistible photos of Kiki Mordy, the lady who got Prof Gyampo busted in BBC’s documentary.
See the photos below;
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