The head of the Centre for European Studies at the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo has described as the ‘most bogus ever’ the documentary by the BBC which seeks to expose lecturers who demand sexual favours from students in exchange for grades.
The outspoken Political Science Lecturer has been trending after he was captured in BBC’s expose, ‘Sex for Grades’.
He was reportedly caught asking a female journalist who went undercover for sexual favours.
He has since denied his involvement in the saga and threatened to sue the BBC for defaming him.
The threats notwithstanding, Prof Gyampo who was scheduled to lecture a Level 300 Class could not afford but to shed tears.
He however told Asempa FM in a later interview monitored by Angelfmonlinegh.com that the documentary was a ‘bogus one’ which aimed at tarnishing his image.
“This is the most bogus ever documentary to be done by BBC. There is nothing in there…,” he said.
He further described the documentary as a ‘poor job’ which ought not to be entertained by any right thinking person.
“BBC & the investigative team did a poor job. I thought it was something monumental…,” he added.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | KWAKU NTI