News monitored by newsghana24.com has revealed that the BBC has uncovered so much rot in universities in West Africa on sex for grades. The BBC will make its heartbreaking revelations known to the world from tomorrow 7th October 2019.
It will surely end in tears for some lecturers. Careers will be shattered, some male lecturers who cannot keep their guns hibernated within the confines for their teaching profession will coil into their shameful shells.
BBC Africa Eye broadcasts Sex-for-Grades in West Africa’s Big Universities
We expect that Ghana, Nigeria and Burkinafaso and the rest to be featured.
The BBC indicated that “For the past year, BBC Africa Eye has been secretly investigating sexual harassment by lecturers at West Africa’s most prestigious universities. ”
Excerpts from the BBC trailer indicates that the BBC has been watching University Lecturers and Professors in West Africa’s Prestigious Universities for at least one year.
Look out for this, it should be explosive and jaw-dropping. Africans and the youth are excited about this expose and cannot wait. Students have started their own commentary. The fact is, this canker is in almost all universities and Ghana is no exception.
In recent times, The University of Professional Studies (UPSA) has not been spared the humiliation on this matter. The BBC expose will shake the very root of university education in Africa and help bring about needed realistic reforms.
Top ten Universities in West Africa likely to be featured include The University of Ghana, University of Ibadan. The University of Lagos, University de Ouagadougou (University of Ouagadougou) in Burkina Faso and Obafemi Awolowo University. Other are Misurata University, Universite Cheikh Anta Diop and University of Ilorin.
This investigative piece will reveal the rot in our universities, bring the professional, ethical and moral status of many renowned and revered lecturers and professors crashing to the ground.
The BBC will not publish this story if they did not find out any disturbing outcomes. This news should make lecturers who have been sleeping around with students to award them grades in the past two years worried. Yes, the BBC has been watching you.
Sex For Grades (Trailer) – BBC Africa Eye
For the past year, BBC Africa Eye has been secretly investigating sexual harassment by lecturers at West Africa's most prestigious universities.
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) October 6, 2019
Source: Wisdom Eli Kojo Hammond |Human Rights Activist|Public Speaker| Budding Leadership & Research Expert |Educationist, Author & Blogger |Newsghana24.com