VIDEO: Prof. Gyampo weeps in class after he was implicated in BBC’s ‘Sex for Grades’ scandal

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Following the release of snippets of from BBC Africa Eye’s documentary titled ‘Sex for Grades’ which captures lecturers from Universities across West Africa including two University of Ghana lecturers Professor Gyampo and Dr. Butarko trying to initiate sexual relationships with BBC undercover journalists posing students and a prospective student in Dr. Butarko’s case.

Professor. Gyampo, one of the lecturers  involved in the scandal has been sighted weeping in a class he had at James Quartey Building popularly known as JQB after the damning video hit social media.

He is seen weeping and wiping his eyes.

In the documentary, Prof. Gyampo made marriage proposal to an undercover journalist who posed as a student.

He had meeting with the said lady in a shopping Mall in Accra and in that documentary, the once respected Prof. Gyampo is seen behaving like a ‘lover boy,’ with his dress code not ‘depicting’ his status in society.

The BBC documentary reveals how lecturers in universities in West Africa trade sex for grades.

Below is the video

 

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