1. Nigeria seeks anti-sexual harassment law after BBC #SexForGrades film  BBC News
  2. Sex for marks: A deconstruction  The Punch
  3. When ‘Nothing Goes for Nothing’  THISDAY Newspapers
  4. Committee probing 'sex for grades' to start work next week – Audrey Gadzekpo  GhanaWeb
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The bill follows a BBC film that exposed alleged sexual misconduct at universities in West Africa.The bill follows a BBC film that exposed alleged sexual misconduct at universities in West Africa.

Nigeria seeks anti-sexual harassment law after BBC #SexForGrades film - BBC News

Niran Adedokun nadedokun@gmail.com As hard as this may be to accept, the sex for grades documentary released early this week by the British Broad...Niran Adedokun nadedokun@gmail.com As hard as this may be to accept, the sex for grades documentary released early this week by the British Broadcasting Corporation African Eye tells of nothing w...

Sex for marks: A deconstruction – Punch Newspapers

Niran Adedokun nadedokun@gmail.com As hard as this may be to accept, the sex for grades documentary released early this week by the British Broad...Niran Adedokun nadedokun@gmail.com As hard as this may be to accept, the sex for grades documentary released early this week by the British Broadcasting Corporation African Eye tells of nothing w...

Sex for marks: A deconstruction – Punch Newspapers

Motivated by media reports of habitual harassment and abuse of young women over a period of three decades by powerful Hollywood director Harvey Weinstein, Alyssa Milano on 15th October, 2017 tweeted: “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted, write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.” Within a period of 24 hours, the hashtag […]

When ‘Nothing Goes for Nothing’ - THISDAYLIVE

An Associate Professor and the Dean of the School of Information and...

Committee probing ‘sex for grades’ to start work next week – Audrey Gadzekpo | General News 2019-10-10

“#SexforGrades: The University of Lagos in #Nigeria says it has suspended a lecturer featured in a BBC documentary on sexual harassment at two top universities. This comes shortly after Boniface Igbeneghu, who is also a pastor, was suspended by his church. https://t.co/72XtgwgU6o”

Rachael Akidi on Twitter: "#SexforGrades: The University of Lagos in #Nigeria says it has suspended a lecturer featured in a BBC documentary on sexual harassment at two top universities. This comes shortly after Boniface Igbeneghu, who is also a pastor, was suspended by his church. https://t.co/72XtgwgU6o"