“No evidence to prove anything wrong with our lecturer” – University of Ghana

No evidence to prove anything wrong with our lecture

According to Ghana , there is no evidence to prove that its , Gyambo Ransford, featured in the BBC documentary “Sex for Marks” personally slept with the female student to give her better .

In the ‘ Sex for Grades ‘ exposé, two Ghanaian scholars, a political science professor, Prof. Ransford Gyampo, and Dr. Paul Kwame Bukator, a lecturer at the College of Education, are implicated.

In the ‘ Sex for Grades ‘ exposé, two Ghanaian scholars, a political science professor, Prof. Ransford Gyampo, and Dr. Paul Kwame Bukator, a lecturer at the College of Education, are implicated.

“There’s no proof of sex for a grade when you look at the transcript they’ve provided. I understand that the lecturers have misbehaved, so you will address them as inappropriate actions that should be investigated, but there has been no suggestion of gender for grades.

“It was about the location of the national service in one situation. Does everyone want national service grades? She finished and was looking for placement.

“The lady confronted him in the other case according to the transcript[ Prof.]. Gyampo] said she wanted to have him as a mentor. In reality, she clarified that she was not his pupil, but she asked him to mentor her.

“So where does this include the grade? If you meet a teacher who dates his students, you can discuss grades and gender, and either give them grades that they don’t deserve or mark them down unfairly because they rejected your advances.

She said Professor Gyambo was filmed in the documentary to pester a female student to kiss him and become his girlfriend. He had been approached by the journalist who posed as a student to become her mentor. He approved her offer, but she asked for more than she had agreed.

The University says there was no proof from the film to show that the lecturers gave the students marks.

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