The Professor told Citi FM that the video was aimed at tarnishing his image and that he will take legal action against the BBC.
A Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana (UG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has threatened to initiate a legal action against the BBC over its “S*x for grades” documentary which mentions him [Gyampo] as one of the lecturers who offer grades to students in exchange for s*x.
In a radio interview with Accra based Citi FM on Monday, Professor Gyampo denied abusing his power to make sexual advances towards students
Professor Gyampo was allegedly implicated in the “s*x for grades” investigations carried out by BBC Africa Eye.
“You’ve also seen the video, have you seen anything called sex for grades [in the video]. How can you engage in so-called sex for grade relationship with somebody who is not a student in the first place…, I didn’t see anything like that [in the video] and I have not done anything like that,” he said in the radio interview with Citi FM.
Professor Gyampo, who is also the Head of European Studies at the university, according to the BBC report allegedly requested to marry one of the BBC reporters who posed as a student seeking academic favours.
In excerpts of the video released on BBC Somalia’s Facebook page, Professor Gyampo persuaded the reporter to meet him at the mall where he was caught on camera making “numerous [alleged] inappropriate demands.”
In the report, he also allegedly requested to kiss the reporter. The Professor told Citi FM that the video was aimed at tarnishing his image. He said he will take legal action against the BBC.
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