Undoubtedly, the biggest news in Ghana and Nigeria as well is the BBC documentary on sex for grades in tertiary schools.
Uknown to many people, the young lady who led the investigation for BBC Africa Eye and busted high profiled lecturers in these African countries is actually a 28-year-old journalist.
Her named is Kiki Mordy and she is a very beautiful and brilliant young lady. Kiki Mordy besides working for BBC is also a woman advocate who holds a show on WFM, a women-focused radio station in Nigeria.
In 2016, Kiki Mordy won the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Award for Outstanding Radio Program Presenter.
Kiki Mody herself is a living witness of sexual harassment at a tertiary school in Nigeria. She dropped out of school due to sexual harassment from lecturers.
The brilliant young lady was studying medicine in one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria. But Kiki Mordy revealed she dropped out due to pestering and sexual harassment from some of the tutors.
Currently, Kiki Mody lives in London but frequently visits Nigeria where she was born and raised. This is the lady who led the investigation that has dented the image of Professor Ransford Gyampo, Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor, and others in Nigeria.
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By the way, two lecturers in Nigeria have been suspended following the release of the documentary. Two lecturers in Ghana have also been interdicted today.
Kiki Mordy has also revealed she has been receiving death threats since the released of the Sex for grades documentary. Ghpage.com is following the ongoing issues and we will keep you updated.