Professor Gyampo whose name is on the lips on Ghanaians after an investigative piece by BBC Africa Eye captures the Lecturer requesting for an offer in return for favour.
When called to comment on the issue, Mr Gyampo denied reports by BBC Africa Eye of engaging in any scandal and has vowed to sue BBC for tarnishing his image.
“I didn’t see anything like that [in the video] and I have not done anything like that,” he said.
The university Professor was seen requesting to marry one of the reporters who disguised herself as one who wanted academic favors.
The exposé which is yet to be aired will reveal how some students in various Tertiary institutions across West Africa become victims of Lecturer’s who cannot hide their libido for sex. This will lead to job loss with some becoming a laughing stalk for the rest of their lives.
This is no news to some with Lecturer’s pestering students with sex for good grades but it is believed that this exposé will shake the foundations of our Tertiary Education system in Ghana and help bring about better reforms.
Top ten Universities in West Africa likely to be featured include The University of Ghana, University of Ibadan. The University of Lagos, University de Ouagadougou (University of Ouagadougou) in Burkina Faso and Obafemi Awolowo University. Other are Misurata University, Universite Cheikh Anta Diop and University of Ilorin.
Even before the video is being premiered, some students have taken to social media to give their own account of how the video will look since most of them have had such experience before.
Some lectures who fear that they will lose their jobs have started calling their victims to plead with them not to talk to any journalist as some have also started going to media stations to speak against the video and it is mind bubbling the names of some respected Lecturer’s who are believed to engage in this shameful act.