The University of Ghana has broken silence over the sex allegations agianst one of its lecturers, the institution said it won’t be “protecting” any of its employee or student engaging in sexualharassment or misconduct.
The school’s director of public affairs, Stella Amoa who reacted to BBC’s hour-long documentary which exposed some Ghanaian and Nigerian lecturers who force their students into having an amorous relationship with them in exchange for grades, condemned the act and further stated that none of its employee is above the law.
Stella said Yaw Gyampo, a professor of political science, and Paul Butakor, a lecturer at the college of education will be invited for by its anti-sexual harassment committee to assist in investigation into the BBC documentary.
“The University of Ghana’s attention has been drawn to a BBC documentary entitled ‘Sex for Grades’ Undercover in West African Universities fully aired in the evening of October 7. 2019,” the statement read.