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The committee investigating ‘sex for grades’ invites students to testify

The Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee of the University of Ghana has challenged both old and current student who have credible evidence of ever being sexually harassed by lecturers to come forward.

According to the chairperson of the committee, Dr Margaret Ivy Amoakohene said, the set-up is to enable people who do not know of the existence of her committee and therefore suffered in silence the opportunity to have justice.

The University of Ghana has issued a statement that it is interdicting the two professors; professor Yaw Gyampoh and Prof. Butakor as part of investigations into the allegations levelled against them.

According to the Director of public affairs, Mrs Stella A. Amoah who signed the statement, the decision to interdict Prof. Ransford Gyampoh and Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor were to allow for further investigations into the matter.

Meanwhile, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has also sent a letter to Prof Ransford Gyampo on the recent “Sex for grades saga”.

by: Esther Anrah

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