Nigerians and Ghanaians have taken to Twitter to react to the sex for grades scandal uncovered by BBC African Eye.

BBC reporters went undercover and succeeded in exposing a number of lecturers from Nigerian and Ghanaian universities who subject students to sexual harassment.

The full video will be aired later tonight but the short one released shows Unilag senior lecturer Dr Boniface Igbeneghu and University of Ghana lecturer  Dr Paul Kwame Butako sexually harassing undercover reporters who they thought were students.

Nigerians were shocked by the story because Dr Boniface is a pastor in his 50s yet sexually harassed the undercover reporter he thought was a 17-year-old prospective student.

Also, Dr Butako’s behaviour shocked Ghanaians because he is a married man.

See some reactions below.

 

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

Nigerians and Ghanaians react as lecturers are caught on camera asking students for sex in exchange for favours

 

 

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