Sex for grades documentary is long overdue – Social Media users react

Source The Ghana Report/Aba Asamoah

Less than 24  hours after the nation received news of a yet to be premiered BBC Africa Eye undercover investigation that has some statute University lecturers implicated, social media users have reacted to the trailer of the documentary.

The documentary dubbed ‘Sex for Grades’ is an undercover investigative piece into some academic institutions in West Africa which have  increasingly been faced with allegations of sexual harassment by lecturers. This type of abuse is said to be endemic, but it is almost never proven.

After gathering dozens of testimonies, BBC Africa Eye sent undercover journalists posing as students inside the University of Lagos and the University of Ghana.

Female reporters were sexually harassed, propositioned and put under pressure by senior lecturers at the institutions – all the while wearing secret cameras.

BBC has already released excerpts of the documentary which highlights University of Ghana and University of Lagos in Nigeria.

Even before it premieres, the title has taken over conversations on social media in both countries with users calling for maximum punishment for those found culpable.

The documentary premieres today at 6pm.

Some social media users after watching excerpts of the yet to be premiered documentary shared and expressed their experiences and frustration.

“Sex for grades documentary is long overdue,” a user tweeted.

See reaction below:

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