Prof. Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor who are both lecturers of the University of Ghana (UG) has been cleared of any s*xual misconduct after the university’s investigations came to an end.
These two lecturers were accused of (s*xual) misconduct after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) documentary was aired in October last year, 2019.
The aim of the investigation that was carried out and aired by the Africa Eye of BBC was to reveal how some lecturers in some targeted universities in West Africa solicit s*x from some female students of the University to give them better grades.
Unfortunately, these lecturers were seen in the video using certain words to convince the students to have amorous relations with them and that brought the Disciplinary Committee of UG to dig deeper into the matter.
The Disciplinary Committee has, therefore, come out to say that: “The committee finds that on the totality of the evidence before it, there is a huge variance between the import of the title: ‘S*x for grades’, and the content of the actual secret video recording of the affected lecturers of the University of Ghana.
“The committee notes that neither the documentary nor the BBC has provided any evidence to demonstrate that the affected lecturers demanded s*x in exchange for grades, as asserted by the title of the documentary: ‘S*x for grades’,” the report said.