The internet has been awash with BBC’s ‘S*x For Grades documentary‘ spearheaded by Kiki Mordi.
In almost an hour documentary, some West African lecturers including Professor Ransford Gyampo, University of Ghana; Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor, University of Ghana; and Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu of Legos University have been exposed for allegedly harassing their female students for s*x for good grades.
In our post today we bring some information about the journalist who has skillfully deploy tactics to uncover the rot.
Kiki Mordi is a Nigerian journalist born in Port Harcourt.
She is BBC Africa radio’s presenter who currently reports for African Eye.
Kiki Mordi dropped out of one of the prestigious universities in Nigeria as a medical student because she was a victim of s*xual harassment.
Kiki Mordi who gained admission after she lost her dad had her eyes fixed on being a medical doctor through the toils of her widowed mother but that dream was shattered because she got involved in s*xual harassment.
To that end, Kiki Mordi developed the desire to embark on the course to give respite to vulnerable students who are s*xually being abused by their lecturers in West Africa.
Being a reporter for BBC African Eye, Kiki Mordi has managed to draw strength out of her past ordeal to expose some Went African lectures who are s*xtually harassing students capitalizing on their power as lecturers.
Her fresh documentary dubbed ‘S*x For Grades’ was released yesterday, 7th October 2019 by BBC following extensive research.
Kiki Mordi is widely hailed in Nigeria as a heroine having dealt with one of the depressing issues in the country and also for winning Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Award for Outstanding Presenting Programme.