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#SexForGrades: BBC set to expose more Nigerian lecturers tonight

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Following the release of videos exposing  Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu’s randy acts of sexual harassment, the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC is set to release other videos exposing Nigerian Lecturers who demand sex from female students in exchange for good grades.

Kiki Mordi, the BBC African Eye Reporter made this disclosure via her twitter handle.

“Tonight, we will reveal more lecturers we caught on camera when we post our full hour long documentary on @BBCAfrica YouTube. You will want to watch this” The BBC African Eye Reporter wrote.

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Kiki Mordi’s tweet

Nigerian Twitter users have commended the Journalist for uncovering the evil that happens behind closed doors in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions.

@lordemzy tweeted:  This is what Journalism should look like in Nigeria, instead making the entire industry look useless by feeding us with Big Brother Updates and how Regina Daniel acquired a new Bentley.

@kukudaka4 tweeted:  We will watch and watch countless times since it’s a cause of failure among students. Sleeping late just to make an A and boom,the lecturer dishes out D or E because he swapped your grade with a lady who he slept with…

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@TeeJay63 tweeted: Name, Shame and Sack…Those lectures caught in the act should bow down their head in shame.#SexForGrades.

@Kiki84948486  tweeted: Please come to my school. There’s a lecturer with this man’s exact lines. He’s a spiritual man too #sexforgrades

@TheOkenyodo tweeted: and they should be blacklisted too. A list of sense offenders should be kept at the National Universities Commission (NUC).

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