Sex for Grades: undercover inside Nigerian and Ghanaian universities – BBC Africa Eye documentary


Sex for grades. University professors sexually harassing and
blackmailing their students. This thing has been going on for years and
every single year, every single department, every single student, there’s always a story. We all hear about it. But it’s almost never proven. The very first advice I got was don’t ever
go to your male lecturer’s office alone. It’s as if almost everybody in Nigeria and Ghana knows somebody who’s been sexually
harassed by a lecturer. Nobody wants to listen, nobody wants to believe
victims. It’s crazy. I know a lot of people that been abused and
nobody’s trying to do anything. For the past year I’ve been working with
BBC Africa Eye to build a team of female investigators. For the first time ever, we planted journalists
posing as students inside our top universities – the University of Lagos and the University
of Ghana – to secretly record men who sexually harass and abuse your sisters, your friends,
your daughters. A lecturer will tell her if you don’t sleep
with me I will not give you mark. Who are you? It’s about dehumanising your fellow human
being, I mean I’m a human being. I have rights, to my body. You will be shocked by what you’ll see. Professors. Senior lecturers. Grooming and seducing students. When somebody’s trying to pressurise you
for sex in exchange for marks it is a criminal offence. My name is Kiki Mordi. Lecturers who harass their students, I want
you to know. Africa Eye has been watching. This is WFM 91.7. My name is Kiki Mordi and today on the Woman
Agenda we’ll be speaking on sex for grades, abuse of trust, verbal harassment. We all hear about it and joining us in this
conversation is Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun, of the Lagos State University. Good afternoon sir. Good afternoon. So as the head of a university how severe
would you say the problem of lecturers sexually harassing students is? The challenge is much more than what we are
treating it at the moment… Ok.
…which is why all of us must be on the alert and all of us must take it very seriously. Alright. The challenge is much more. I take this issue seriously. I was sexually harassed by a lecturer at university. It has been happening across West Africa for
decades. We are dealing with an epidemic here. You know the thing about sexual harassers
they groom you. You see that word groom, and groom not in
a positive sense. They take time to pick their victims, you
know, and then wait for access and opportunity to strike. Thank you very much. It is 21 minutes to three. Academic institutions are meant to educate
and protect our girls. But have become hunting grounds for the sexual
gratification of men entrusted to teach. Our investigation began at the University
of Lagos or UNILAG. It’s one of the most prestigious in the
country. Welcome to the University of Lagos. Welcome to the University of Lagos, the university
of first choice and the nation’s pride. Everyone wants to get into UNILAG. Some of the most powerful and most influential
people in Nigeria went to UNILAG. Awazi is a popular radio host in Nigeria and
a former UNILAG student. Like many young women who study here, she
says she was sexually harassed by a lecturer. One minute you’re there an innocent undergrad
just trying to pursue an education or whatever the next minute a lecturer is asking you out
on dates. My lecturer asked me out on a date. Yeah and I was what, 16? What?! Yes. I’ve worked with a couple of NGOs over
the years and the severity of this is crazy. It’s just been so normalised. Let’s bear in mind that the age of consent
in Lagos is 18. People get into uni 16, 17. Some people if they’re really smart, some
people 15. That makes them incredibly vulnerable to predators. Everything is just set up against you. For more than a year, myself and an Africa
Eye team have investigated sexual harassment by UNILAG lecturers. We interviewed dozens of current and former
students. We had eyes everywhere. To protect our sources and our undercover
operatives, we designed these masks to disguise their identities when appearing on camera. We are taking a lot of risks shooting this
film. And a lot of the ladies that we are going
to be speaking to they want their identities hidden. These masks, I want it to represent strength. I want it to represent power. One name kept coming up in our research. A senior lecturer in UNILAG’s Faculty of
Arts, a former sub-dean, and the head pastor of a local branch of the Foursquare Gospel
Church. His name is Dr Boniface Igbeneghu. Several current and former students claimed
they had been abused or harassed by Dr Boniface. Two of them agreed to speak to us on camera,
on the condition we hide their faces and their voices. He is a respected lecturer. He’s risen to be one of the top guys in
the department and so he comes across as a father figure that wants to protect you and
help you through your journey in school, while he has ulterior motives. He always seemed really friendly. But eventually I could notice how vindictive
he could be. Ok. He comes to you and he tells you he is a pastor
so you don’t even see the danger in him. So what kind of things would he do? He would tell you to come to his office. He would lock the door. Sometimes he would want to grope you. Sometimes he would want to dry hump you. He likes to pick on struggling students because
he knows that they are very vulnerable and there’s nothing they can do. I would try not to aggravate him, because
anything can happen. I would beg, I was usually kneeling down,
I would just beg him, and say please sir, please sir, so…. You’re doing well, okay? You’re doing so well. He doesn’t have that power over you anymore… Do you want us to pause? Alright pause. Sorry. Sexual harassment is actually naked abuse
of power and betrayal of public trust. It cannot be consensual
because the power relation is not balanced.
Somebody has all the power, the other person
has little or no power. UNILAG only published a robust sexual harassment
policy in August 2019 after years of delays. It bans lecturers from a wide range of inappropriate
behaviours – from making suggestive compliments to grooming to sexual contact. They are not supposed to be predators, hunting
those young ladies or destroying their destinies… To expose Dr Boniface we needed someone smart. Someone who can convincingly pretend to be
someone she is not. We call her Kemi. I’m an angry Nigerian, a woman who is angry
about the level of sexual violence against women, especially in universities. It’s something that has become so normalised. Imagine how insane that is. I really wanted to do something about it. First approaching Dr Boniface at his church,
Kemi posed as a secondary school graduate, the daughter of a widowed mother, who wanted
admission to UNILAG to study in his department. She also pretended to be 17-years-old – under
the legal age of sexual consent in Lagos. Two days after making contact, Dr Boniface
invited her to his UNILAG office for a tutorial. At all times our undercover operatives carried
a panic button. Testing. Yes, I can hear you. If secretly activated, the rest of our team,
who were hiding nearby, would be alerted and come to the rescue. Minutes into our conversation, this doctor
had complimented me five times about being a beautiful girl, “you’re a beautiful
girl, very beautiful, you’re very beautiful…” I could tell that the way he was talking to
me was not normal. In my mind I’m like, hold on, did I just
hear this man right? And then, Dr Boniface promised Kemi admission
to UNILAG, if she passed her exams. Then he invited me to his church, I attended,
and after some days he invited me back to his office. He more or less picked off from where he left
off the last time. Even though I wanted to talk about admission,
he basically forced me to engage in this weird prayer with him. The weirdest prayer I have ever seen in my
life. The prayer just went on and on and on… His legs wide open jiggling his groin, you
know with this uncomfotable grin on his face. My eyes were never closed during that prayer,
my eyes were wide open, because I was uncomfortable, I didn’t know what was going to happen. After he shook my hand and welcomed me into
the kingdom of God. It felt like I had been accepted into his
secret world. And he began to show a deep interest
in my sex life. I recognise what Dr Boniface is doing. I know what it was it feels like to be groomed
by a university lecturer. Growing up I always wanted to end up being
a doctor. My Mum used to call me her doctor, her little
doctor. I was just so fascinated about this stuff. I was definitely passionate then. I was so naïve. Becoming a doctor meant even more to me after
I lost my dad from appendicitis in 2002. At 19, I got into one of the best universities
in Nigeria. So, my matriculation pictures. I was a happy girl. Just floating through life… My dad would have been really proud and really
excited to see me matriculate. I probably would have been embarrassed because
he would follow me everywhere and give me hugs and kisses. Yeah. He used to embarrass me a lot. University was nothing like I imagined. A lecturer began to target me. For two semesters he withheld my exam results
and pretended I never sat the papers. When I asked him to explain why, he repeatedly
demanded to have sex with me. And I wasn’t, wasn’t going to do that. And as a result, right, my results suffered. I never felt so… I never ever imagined I would be a victim. Unprovoked. I didn’t do anything. I’m pretty sure if my dad was there… I never got a degree. I never graduated. The harassment forced me to drop out of university. I had nobody to turn to. No future. No money. It almost destroyed me. There are predators everywhere in the universities. It kills me that there are thousands of other
girls that are going through exactly, you know, different variations of what I went
through. I really want those lecturers to get justice,
what they deserve. Sexual predators in universities are not just
my country’s problem. Of all the universities in West Africa, the
University of Ghana, in Accra is one of the most impressive. Its huge campus has produced some of the greatest
minds in Ghana. Presidents have studied here. But beneath this grandeur, sexual abuse lurks
here too. Let me see if you still have, like, another
one. And women are now taking matters into their
own hands. So I’m the lecturer. I call, you come. Hey, pick this thing for me. Harassment here is said to be so bad, an NGO
run by former students offers free self-defence classes – role playing attacks by lecturers
and other predators. How severe would you say this is? Very severe, very severe. I say severe because when you have somebody
in a place of power or somebody who can help you in a certain way I think it is very difficult
for you to reject a person like that. And if your degree is on the line I do think
that you would do anything for that, yes. We’re not going to keep quiet anymore, because
that’s what, perpetrators actually bank on, they rely on your silence. Africa Eye sent a team to investigate sexual
harassment inside the University of Ghana, finding evidence some lecturers pressure their
students for sex. Several stories involved a lecturer in the
College of Education – Dr Paul Kwame Butakor. Our undercover operative, Zara, posed as a
final year student interested in a masters degree and national service opportunities
in his faculty. This was only the second time Dr Butakor had
invited her to meet with him in private. What I noticed was in our interactions he
would be very blunt on the phone, very professional, but any time I went to see him in his office
he would be extremely inappropriate with me. I told him relationships were a distraction
if you are in school and he said he wouldn’t be a distraction because he was going to be
a side guy. A side, as he put it, is he basically wanted
to be my boyfriend but not the main person. University policy forbids lecturers having
sexual relationships with students when they are in a position to influence their education
or career –flirtatious behaviour is considered misconduct. Even though he didn’t explicitly say that
the condition for me advancing my career was for me to be in a relationship with him or
for him to be my side, he kind of hinted that it would benefit me in a certain way in my
career. He has made it seem as if you have a choice,
but really you don’t because he is in a place of power. That’s really the essence of manipulation,
to make it seem like the decision is in your hands, but really it’s not. During these conversations, Dr Butakor offered
a National Service work placement in his department to Zara despite telling her the deadline for
applications had passed. Dr Butakor vehemently denies any amorous behaviour with Zara or with any University of Ghana
student saying he follows all University sexual harassment and misconduct rules. He says no formal harassment complaints have
ever been lodged against him. He told us he never made inappropriate gestures
or verbal comments, had no intention of dating her or circumventing university process to
secure a National Service placement for Zara in return for sex and had absolutely nothing
to do with her future academic progression or career options. Comments about Zara being his side chick and
him being her side guy coupled with telling her she was beautiful were harmless and a
joke, he says, said without ill will or sexual motive and could not be construed to mean
he wanted sex. Of all the lecturers in the University of
Ghana, one stands out for his power and influence: political scientist and outspoken commentator,
Professor Ransford Gyampo. He enjoys a great reputation as a teacher
among his students, but he’s also been at the centre of allegations of sexual harassment. We sent an undercover journalist, known as
Abigail, to meet him. Posing as a University of Ghana student from
a poor background, she attended one of Gyampo’s classes. He agreed to become her mentor. She wrote him essays to review, visited his
office three times, and he gave her good feedback on her academic work. But not everything felt normal – Professor
Gyampo wanted her to wear high heels in his office. Then, one Sunday afternoon, Abigail received a strange phone call from him. He began to tease her and accuse her of always
being formal around him. Abigail tried her best not to upset Gyampo
who became increasingly personal and said he wanted to come over to her house. She reminded him she was a student and told
him she wasn’t interested in a relationship. But Professor Gyampo ignored this. Eventually, Abigail managed to persuade him
to meet in a public place; a mall, instead of her home, later that evening. We knew we would have to be cautious. Long before Abigail met Professor Gyampo,
we interviewed a number of his former students who alleged they had been sexually harassed
by him. One of them, who we shall call Naa, agreed
to anonymously speak to us on camera. You need to build them and cut them into square. You can cut the plantain… Naa told us she was sexually harassed twice
by Gyampo. She alleges the second incident took place
when she went to confront him about the first harassment. I felt it was my responsibility to let him
know that what he did wasn’t okay with me, so I went to him. He apologised and he tried to console me and
in consoling me he attempted touching me. I was dumfounded, I just couldn’t believe
that a moment ago he was apologising and the next moment he was on top of me trying to
touch my breast, hold me, that kind of thing. She says her encounters with the professor
and a past history of other abuse have left her traumatised. It’s difficult and ‘till today I can’t
sleep with my lights off. I get panics sometimes at night. Yeah. It’s not something you get over, especially
when the person is protected and you never get justice for what happens to you. Before Abigail reached the shopping mall,
we knew Gyampo had already crossed red lines over the phone. But we wanted to be sure of his intentions
towards his mentee – our reporter. Abigail showed me footage of their encounter. As soon as Gyampo arrived, he insisted on
buying her shoes, as she had reluctantly agreed to on the phone. We were just talking about shoes. Kissed violently? I was like, what is going on? After that comment, Abigail felt it was better
to just go and buy the shoes. Once in the shoe shop, Gyampo bought her heels. I had literally seen him four times and all
of a sudden marriage. Back in the restaurant, Abigail asked about
internships but Gyampo had something else in mind. Watching the footage, this did not feel like a real marriage proposal. The professor laid out how Abigail would benefit
from his support. But he seemed more interested in other things. Abigail was then pushed to have a relationship
with him. After that, she rang the team and began to
leave but Gyampo made one last move. Abigail did not hug him. After this meeting she spoke to Professor
Gyampo on the phone and he told her it was ok that she didn’t want to be his girlfriend
– but she should continue to be mentored by him. Professor Gyampo vehemently denies sexually
harassing Abigail or any of his students telling us he treats them with respect, care and genuine
affection and has never been involved in sex for grades. He says several students have made false accusations
against him in the past all of whom, he claims, were discredited after he confronted them. He says the University has never investigated
him for sexual harassment. He told us he never intended to harass Abigail,
did not force or intimidate her and never knew he had offended her. He further claims he was entrapped – which
the BBC strongly refutes. Telling Abigail he could help her to gain
funding for further studies is something he had done for others, he says, and he had no
influence over her academic progress. He says he routinely commends students on
their dress and shoes and refers to all his office assistants as wedded wives saying calling
Abigail his wedded wife was a joke. How do lecturers like Dr Butakor and Professor
Gyampo get away with their behaviour? The University has a committee which investigates
sexual harassment. We’ve learnt they’ve dealt with a number
of cases where lecturers were accused of harassing students and repeatedly recommended these
men be publicly named. But in every instance, the university chose
not to do so. Is it hiding the true scale of campus abuse
from the public eye? The University of Ghana categorically denies
protecting university staff or students judged to have engaged in sexual harassment or misconduct. They say they’ve sanctioned individuals
in the past. They add they’ve vigorously debated naming
and shaming culprits and are considering amending their policy of not doing so. The University says they’ve been pro-active
on the issue and are committed to rooting out the problem, encouraging students and
staff to report problems and giving support where needed. The University considers the allegations against
Professor Gyampo and Dr Butakor to be extremely disturbing and both men will be investigated. Back in Lagos, tensions over sexual harassment
are running high. How are we surviving? What are we turning into? It’s sad. These things happen every day. Close to two hundred people are out on the
street protesting following news stories of women accusing a famous pastor plus a university
lecturer of rape. Many men on social media have accused the
alleged victims of lying. I really wish as a country, as a people, we
come together and transfer that shame from victims to abusers. The shame belongs to them. They are the ones that should be ashamed. Over at the UNILAG campus, our investigation turned to its senior staff club – a place
where the most powerful academics go to socialise. We discovered lecturers were inviting female
students there. But what goes on inside? When our operative Kemi went to meet Dr Boniface
for another meeting, she tried to find out more. I’d heard a lot of stories about the staff
club so on that meeting, I brought it up with Doctor Boniface. He describes the place to me and even orders
one of the female students who was in his office that day, to turn off the light, just
so I could get a feel of how this cold room is; how dark it is. Lecturers are only allowed to date students
where there is no conflict of interest and if they do date they have to inform university
authorities. He tells me how, you know, the relationships
also come with benefits, which are grades. Sex for grades. Someone who claims to be a man of God tells
me sex for grades, is not bad, it is good. Earlier, while I was keeping guard for Kemi
outside Dr Boniface’s office, out of nowhere, economics lecturer Dr Samuel Oladipo – thinking
I was a student – called me over to him, pulled me by my hands to his office and pressured
me to give him my phone number. It’s the perfect example of the kind of
everyday harassment that students face in UNILAG. Later, I told Dr Oladipo, I was a student
who wanted to switch to his economics course. He invited me to his office three times for
tutorials. He was consistently inappropriate with me. It was clear he was more interested in seducing
me than helping me with my academics. At one point he leaned in really close to
me. I could see from his eye line that he was,
you know, looking right here, leering at my breasts. I tried to talk about education, but then
he reached out and started touching and stroking my hand. He repeatedly asked me to the senior staff
club. At the end of our third office meeting, I
decided to go. He seemed eager to enter. Once inside, he took me to what I later learned
was the so-called cold room. This is the place where Doctor Boniface Igbeneghu
says lecturers take students there to grope them and I’m being walked into this room
with Doctor Oladipo The atmosphere is weird, the windows are blacked
out, there are disco lights. Women are offered alcohol. Look around you don’t see any male students. Just girls. Right there in the senior staff club. Were these women students? I’m sitting down on my own trying to avoid
everyone and they keep, you know, telling me to dance, you know, trying to pull me to
dance, ‘come out and dance’. And this other senior lecturer, a really older
man, comes and grabs my arm and tries to like literally lift me up to dance. And I’m telling everyone ‘I don’t
want to dance, I just want to sit.’ I went to find a quiet corner. Dr Oladipo joined me. I knew that, according to the university’s
own rules, that a lecturer who is giving a student academic help, helping her transfer
courses, should not be going out on dates with her. Because I mean, there is a conflict of interest
there. So I asked him about it. I tested him, I wanted to know if he knew
the rules. Misleading me about the rules. Trying to make it look like it’s ok for
a lecturer to date a student. When I told him I was ready to go he was reluctant. As I was walking down the stairs, he reached
around my waist from behind and touched my breast. It’s like I’m in this space all over again
where I don’t have control. How are they even allowed to do this nonsense? I’m not the only one that goes through this. Everybody, it’s like your rite of passage. This is what female students have to go through. Dr Oladipo sent us this response. Dr Oladipo claims it was Kiki who greeted
him first and says she claimed to know him. He admits he held her by the hand as she moved
to his office. He says he never tried to seduce her for sexual
activities and it was a coincidence he took her to the so-called cold room; visiting it,
he claims, for the first time to attend a birthday party. He denies trying to touch her breast, saying
he tried to hold her hand instead. Sexual harassment destroys lives. A former student of Dr Boniface told us he
sexually abused her for years. She says that ordeal, and past abuse, has
led her to try to kill herself four times since she graduated. We must hide her identity to protect her. I can’t bring myself to go to church because
when I try to go and I look at the pastor preaching I see Boniface. He touched me inappropriately over ten times
I believe throughout my stay at UNILAG. I never, ever gave my consent once. There was a time he was preparing for bible study and he was groping me and he was writing
down scriptures. There was a time he told me, when he’s done
with me, he’s going to give me to one other lecturer in my department, to do what he likes
with me and then when he is done to transfer me to someone else and there is nothing I
can do about it because I won’t graduate. I felt like I would be better off dead and
I won’t feel the pain I feel almost every day. I want lecturers like him, who do what they do, I want them to stop. Nobody deserves to feel or go through what
I’ve gone through. Nobody. The final time Kemi was invited to meet Dr
Boniface in his office, it was a Saturday. He said it was quiet and nobody was around. We had a bad feeling about this meeting, so
we called in extra security to keep guard outside Dr Boniface’s door. He offered Kemi non-alcoholic wine. It became clear to me that it was all a ploy
to get me to be comfortable. We went from talking about me getting admission,
to him requesting consent from a 17-year-old to kiss me. When I wasn’t giving him the kind of response
he wanted, he became angry. This time he wasn’t smiling any more. My hands are shaking, my heart is beating,
but I’m still trying to stay calm; I’m still trying to do my work as a journalist;
it’s one of the most difficult things that I’ve ever done in my life…. After I refused to give him consent, he stood
up and went into the bathroom for a moment. He remained in there for just over a minute. In my head I’m thinking, I’m this close
to getting hard evidence on this man, so I had to weigh my options; to press the panic
button or just wait to see how far he would go…. Dr Boniface eventually released Kemi when
she made an excuse to go to the toilet. Once there she locked herself in. I called a member of the team. But then I wanted him to hear my conversation
on the phone. I wanted him to know somebody was just waiting
right outside. And so when I finally came out, he starts
to laugh at me. It made me feel so small, so irrelevant, so,
like I was some kind of toy for his entertainment. Dr Boniface then warned Kemi there would be
consequences if she didn’t continue to see him. You know, there are so many women who have experienced things like this, even more awful experiences and they just keep quiet, they
just suffer in silence because of fear, because they feel no one will do anything about it. This is not a story about bravery; I don’t
think I am brave. I think I’m somebody who sees injustice
and I refuse to be helpless and I choose to do something about it… We put our evidence to Dr Boniface and he
did not respond. UNILAG told us it totally dissociates itself
from the alleged behaviour of Dr Boniface and Dr Olidapo, saying as a reputable university
it’s highly embarrassed by the allegations and wants sexual harassment of female students
stopped. The university says it has a zero tolerance
policy toward sexual harassment, is protective of student interests and organises new student
orientation programmes to inform them of reporting procedures – cutting red tape to ensure
swift justice. They say if evidence of wrongdoing by staff
is proven UNILAG will dismiss them. They did not comment on the so-called cold room. Despite everything I have seen, everything
I have been through, I choose not to be a victim. I choose to stand up for these girls, to help
expose those who abuse them. You know who you are. Students are watching. Parents are watching. And in the shadows, we are watching too.

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100 Responses

  1. Ya'anet Plange-Dauid says:

    Talk about abuse of power!

  2. KENNA says:

    1:25 i felt her pain

  3. Arenla Longchar says:

    Such creepy pathetic married perverts!!!!๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ

  4. Oneca Stanislaus says:

    I see a market for all girls and female lecturer uncertainties. Aint nobody got time.

  5. Lizzie says:

    Disgusting !!!!!๐Ÿคข๐Ÿคข๐Ÿคข๐Ÿคข how can he mention the name of God doing such wickedness?? People have no fear of God! Shame..

  6. Lerato Masemola says:

    Horrific. Terrifying. Gender based Violence across African perspectives and countries. This is an important documentary. We need more awareness my African people. Let's come together and unite to create a moving voice so our government can implement harsher sentences to these ill bigoted men ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  7. Showemright YTchannel says:

    That shit goes on in America too O.

  8. Miki Minach says:

    disgusting creeps

  9. KenRobert1 says:

    To you women thank you for coming together and speaking up about this serious issue of men in power. Thank you for taking action. So sad these men in power are the once that hold greatness back, very shameful.

  10. Vinutha Anukumar says:

    I'm speechless when I Saw this report , can't even imagine about girls who gone through these kind of vulnerable situations. How bad they felt ? Can't even tell to parents or brothers๐Ÿ˜ญ..I think professors misbehaving with their daughters also… These kind of persons should be punished brutally, Girls are not dolls to use however they want , we have self respect on our body , we have rights on it…

  11. Vinutha Anukumar says:

    I appreciate this effort of work on report , you made us to know actually what is happening in these kind of Masked reputed Universitese.

  12. Aduke Grant says:

    The first guy creepy from the jump. He praying and getting horny. Ewww
    That second guy has on his wedding band. Wat sorcery is this??

  13. GidTheKid says:

    Lets talk about Jollof rice.

  14. sya says:

    i want to know what happen to the bastards after this documentary is published. anyone who knows please comment.

  15. Vishal Vaid says:

    Animals of the worst kind …in Africa …….get it ???

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  17. nyukuri linus says:

    this is no difference in Kenyan institutions

  18. gdcskates says:

    White man shit. BBC.

  19. Manqoba Mkhwanazi says:

    South Africa same problem

  20. Diamond Drilling says:

    Nice Try BBC
    Using this to get the attention off what's going on in your own backyard
    Will only work to fool the rubes!

  21. KP QHIBI says:

    Is there anything good that comes from Nigeria except for their goalkeeper Akpeyi??

  22. Fili Ili says:

    In porn terms BBC stands for Big Black Conman.

  23. Buster Zigler says:

    Yep every section is fucked.

  24. Nobody Business says:

    1.7K dislike is the reason why so many women/girls. are STRONG VICTORIOUS WARRIORS & MORE THAN A WOMAN WHO IS A CONQUER. ๐Ÿ’ƒโ™ ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒป๐ŸŒท๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘—๐Ÿ‘œ

  25. D. One says:

    The same thing happens to students in the United Snakes also. Recently an elite Ivy League University Dartmouth had female students sue professors for sexual harassment. The western education system is a complete fraud so the price for wanting something that is actually worthless is your human dignity. Thatโ€™s the price for believing a lie and believing in Jesus who also is a lie ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  26. Dibars 1 says:

    Theyโ€™ll all get whatโ€™s coming to them. Theyโ€™ll pay.

  27. Frank E says:

    Wow…the lecturers are soo informal and childish. I went college….the professors wore suit n tie, never just lounging out. The department secretary was on duty, during office hours. talk was professional. If they offered something, from an outside in the lobby water cooler.

  28. Kaarina Moongo says:

    Is sex the only thing these men thnk about ??

  29. Paul Evans says:

    Fantastic video, and many thanks to the brave women who yet again made themselves vulnerable to uncover the truth.

  30. Kofi Rey says:

    African Women be on the alert because there are kamikaze white males who said they hate black men by infecting 693 young Black Girls & Women with AIDS.
    https://youtu.be/BE75kfDpQLU

  31. Kofi Rey says:

    Funny how you would cover this story and not the white boy who recently targeted & infected 700 young black girls. Children & Women with the AIDS virus?
    https://youtu.be/BE75kfDpQLU

  32. Kofi Rey says:

    This is where our energy should be focused not on consenting adults.
    Please watch.
    https://youtu.be/sfMymRGr3js

  33. AลŸk Baรงemiz says:

    Tjrjrhebeh

  34. AลŸk Baรงemiz says:

    Rgendnegรผnymegehrm3h

  35. okouo martin says:

    ARE THEY ARRESTED OR NOT YET?

  36. Email Ellis says:

    I'm sorry you are a ugly woman to be in touch I mean the goat will be beautiful than you oh man she like young man active and good for car they will go for it if you're old man you don't show them on your traction they don't like it so the pictures species in the world the female species they are a bitch

  37. BLACKPINKโ€ขTWICEโ€ข REDVELVET says:

    its so disgusting that even feel weird liking the video๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿพโ€โ™€๏ธ

  38. JoJoZep ofthejungle says:

    I was a pretty child and I would find out fast who the pedofiles were, which daughters were getting raped by their step fathers, father's, teachers and friends of these people. They know of each other and that's the sickening truth, once you get targeted by one, then the pedo friends come and try it too. I have even been targeted by cop's. Its a sick world we live in. I hear that paedophilia is now seen as a desease instead of a crime. ITS A CRIMINAL OFFENCE!!!!

  39. Ellie t says:

    ๐Ÿ‘

  40. DeAndre Orleans says:

    Leme be your side guy ๐Ÿ˜‚

  41. fred brant says:

    MEN NEED GIRLS, GIRLS NEED MONEY. GO WITH THE FLOW.

  42. Jdiva Erica says:

    You get harass for grades and get harass for a job. So disappointing .

  43. Ima Z says:

    there needs to be videos like this of all the women who molest boys in every country

  44. Nerizzah Bautista says:

    And he calls himself a pastor?? What a pervert.. and drag the name name of the Lord in all of that.

  45. Kallus Garnet says:

    This is a great way for the BBC to make Africans look bad, because the truth is this happens all over the world.

  46. Luana Primus says:

    I commend these women on their bravery for exposing these demons! I'm sorry for what they have been through and the others going through. May God help us

  47. Wee Chatt says:

    Fathers and brothers of these girls should pay these pervs a visit๐Ÿคจ

  48. ADHD Dude says:

    These lecturers should never be in the teaching field at all, I am totally disgusted at their disrespectful behaviour towards the undercover. Some of these young students are even old enough to be their daughter.๐Ÿ˜กa bunch of disgusting low life .

  49. achoda james says:

    YOU ALSO GO AROUND TEMPTING YOUR LECTURERS KNOWING VERY WELL THEY ARE HUMAN!I DON'T BLAME THEM AT ALL, YOU LADIES DISTURB US ALOT!

  50. Abi Sonoiki says:

    How is it possible for ANY lecturer to be allowed to date a student?? UNILAG should be ashamed!!

  51. perfecto events says:

    well done. keep it up

  52. Joseph Entuna says:

    Men of God but serving the devil. So sad to know this is happening in the other side of the world. Sending my prayers to all who have been victimized and are going through. God is not blind to your suffering!

  53. Adam says:

    that dr pastor what a sick b**tard! evil will end up in hell…

  54. crack61616 says:

    did they not come to the idea to take some audiorecorder with them,while one of those greasy mofos trying to to have sex for grades??record some shit and then blackmail this fuggers…..and then bust them up:))))))

  55. Kristal Gods Child says:

    This made me sick!…..

  56. Ms Maharaj says:

    The education system needs to be changed……why those nasty men get to dictate if you pass or not…….if was me…..was bullet for them

  57. Chidz Dim says:

    To any woman who has been a victim,

    I pray that the Lord Jesus Christ heals you and these women in Jesus name. I know the pain must be a lot and itโ€™s easy to carry those hurt and pain for years that grows into anger, bitterness, fear, depression etc. but I know a God who is able to heal and save completely. May God be merciful upon these men who commit such atrocities and protect these women. I love you and Jesus loves you all so much despite all these unfortunate encounter. God is good and donโ€™t let other peoples mistake cause you to view God differently. God is never the issue. Jesus Christ empathizes with you and can help you though this.

    – Chidi

  58. Liz P says:

    That pastor is disgusting!

  59. Hannah Njoku says:

    This is a wonderful start. Thank you Ladies for your bravery and courage. I know the feeling.

    But after this, then what? Exposing one or two men in university doesnโ€™t even leave a dent. These men are in our homes, churches, schools, jobs, neighborhoods. They are everywhere and very much protected by the construct of a patriarchal society.

    This abuse will continue to persist until we stop equating being a โ€œmaleโ€ with God. Ours is a society that exalts men and demotes women and backs it up with the Bible.

  60. BadruTuber says:

    HOW THE FUCK DID I END UP HERE

  61. Alley Cat says:

    Men like this should be brought to remote locations and murdered. No remorse for that. If nothing changes i highly suggest deleting them from the planet

  62. BJ22 says:

    This is disgusting!

  63. destiny james says:

    Very useless set of men more expercially that ldiot pastor God will punish him

  64. kevin wetie says:

    what a shame for the whole continent! I never thought it took that proportion, to all of you who have been a victim of such a horrible experience, you can overcome this, you have the power within you, don't give up. this is definitely not the way that we as African men should be seen.

  65. Mojo Tech says:

    this some crazy shit lol

  66. lillies2011 says:

    Unilag are a disgrace. These lecturers should have been fired on the spot no investigations necessary

  67. Aileen Rashad says:

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  68. John Macharia says:

    I shed tears after watching this, men men men men remember this what goes around comes around, even your own daughters will one day go to university and if you recall what you did to somebody's daughter years back……….that will be a torture in your old life, may God help and protect our young ladies.

  69. Al-yasa J says:

    I want to gather ALL the women in the world and put us all in hiding from MEN for years and years…women and children! Some times we need to run from them and work hard together and appreciate life not having to be sexually orientated at all celibacy…and work cook talk and raise the children if you have children and you are a mature women…LETS JUST RUN AWAY FOR EVER! Forget everything let them have it all and LET'S GO!!!๐Ÿค”

  70. Michael Makatta says:

    No one is in denial that wherever men and women are, there will be issues that are unacceptable, and sexual harrassment is one of many. But this is no evidence of sex for grades, but rather, the usual western propaganda crap from non other than the BBC. When it comes to African matters, no western media has any credibility left! We know their ways. Their clandestine agenda has always been to degrade the great African state so they can claim the moral high-ground. We know better, and I hope these foreign organisations can learn to keep out of African matters. Every society, state or continent has it's issues, and just like everybody else, Africans can deal with their own matters.

  71. SAMPSON BAGULO says:

    The caption 'sex for grades' doesn't match with te video provided, particularly the one of Prof. Gyampo of the university of Ghana…it is carkingly sardonic and very iksome to see a 'shabby' work of this kind from BBC

  72. Papa Lewis says:

    These mfs sick bruh.

  73. mplsridah says:

    7:05 Jesus freaks are the worst sexual predators. Just look at this devil disguised as God's man.

  74. mplsridah says:

    The girls probably wanted those grades so bad that they gave up their stinky pussy willingly, now they're crying because they feel ashamed of what they did. Save me the fake cries.

  75. camille medina says:

    …my heart breaks. These actions are disgusting.

  76. Prisca N.Rebecca says:

    Ithis is sickening.It happened to my me in Zimbabwe too.The lecture literally would come to my house and wait on my door holding condoms.till i stopped attending school and doing my work at home.He was the HEad of the department and my supervisor so reporting automatically meant I would fail my degree.his wife was heavily pregnant and he had the guts to do that to me.Now I heard he moved to another university,I canโ€™t imagin what he is doing to his new victims ๐Ÿ˜•

  77. Edwin Matiangi says:

    Arrest the stupid lecturer

  78. A son of God CHILD of God says:

    If I heard that my girl or my wife to be a so called lecturers sleep with her,, kill is the penalty..I hv spoken… either the authority like its or not.

  79. Tevin Andrews says:

    Funny how men only begin to understand consent when it comes to their relatives or even children.

  80. Peter Matthew says:

    With his big ppt belly,using the word of God to drew females closer and explore them sexually..

  81. Robert Castle says:

    Take a look at British universities to .It is a well known fact there is a lot of sexual prostitution for good grades ect re. Lecturers who have enormous power and students who will go to any lengths to get a good degree.It can be the difference between getting a first or second or third degree. All this is well known in the faculties concerned ,and there are many.

  82. Talent Nyemba says:

    good job exposing the evil lecturers but l think (my opinion) you haven't done a good job hiding the identity of these victims. They can be easily identified by the people whom they went/go to university with.

  83. J David says:

    Nigeria lecturers doing this are useless with their doctorate degrees.

  84. powers cyber says:

    good job, BBC NEWS AFRICA we love you, we hope it will reach in kenya

  85. The Whiz Kid says:

    mais, dieu voir tout

    how can you withheld someone's exam results for a whole year?

  86. tamika jackson says:

    Alot of models are faced with this in enhancing careers.

  87. Tamia Bowers says:

    Y'all women are so tough. I'd just like to take a moment to appreciate these beautifully courageous and strong African women who have gone out into the field to expose a taboo topic within a society that dehumanizes the values of females. We as a nation of many creeds, need more individuals who are willing to brave the ugly truths of our polluted world. Dare to stray from the pack.

  88. Brian Lajoie says:

    What is she making with those bananas ? Recipe?

  89. Yvana Lucia says:

    who else wanted to punch that stupid pastor

  90. Yvana Lucia says:

    11:56 look at the work on the board " ca m'enmmerde" lol that's how i am feeling right now

  91. Ali Iqbal says:

    It's sad

  92. emedjac1 says:

    Wow ! Your work is incredibly amazing !!!
    That's so powerful and so important, what you're doing ! Nobody seems to dear standing against it, even the proper victims of these disgusting practices ! Thank you for stepping in ! Your work is truly awesome, keep the fight up !

  93. Jedidah Ohene says:

    This is very disgusting,however they are some female students who offer their private parts to lecturers for grades. Especially those so called unislayqueens marjority of them do that.

  94. teddybearcloud says:

    11:20

  95. S Bob. says:

    Terrible! This is a sickness…..In the words of Nigga Raw "Spiritual Conji is real" These guys risk everything for some moments of pleasure.

  96. Ace Hardy says:

    ๐Ÿ‘‘

  97. Sophia Yellen says:

    I am in shock. This kind of thing happens and women are forced to stay quiet. It scares me that women have to be so small in this situation

  98. Sydneywhite White says:

    But the Nigerian Government is aware of what is going on in the university …The Nigeria universities are the highest institutes of prostitution in Africa

  99. Nigel Madzima says:

    There should be criminal convictions for these bastards

  100. Nyani says:

    "You're a very bootyful girl!"

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