#SexForGrades: World reacts to BBC Africa Eye documentary



West African politicians and film stars are among thousands calling for action following a BBC report into sexual harassment at top universities.

The documentary broadcast on Monday by the BBC’s Africa Eye investigative program, exposed sexual misconduct by multiple university lecturers at two top West African universities.

The revelations have led to the suspension of two lecturers at the University of Ghana and a professor at the University of Lagos.

The documentary’s title #sexforgrades was the top trend worldwide on Twitter following its release, as people reacted to the allegations.

Watch the full BBC investigation.

Have you been impacted by our investigation into sex for grades? If you would like to share your experience with BBC Africa Eye, contact us here.

Further information and support for anyone affected by sexual assault can be found through the BBC Action Line


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