BBC is set to release an investigative piece that exposes university lecturers who sexually harass their students in a normally coerced quid pro quo arrangement which tends to make education difficult for thousands of girls.
For the past year, BBC Africa Eye has been secretly investigating sexual harassment by lecturers at West Africa's most prestigious universities.
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) October 6, 2019
The report targets major universities across the African continent filmed over a one-year timeframe. So far, BBC Africa Eye has only released two short trailers of the investigative piece which promises to bring an end to the careers of many of these university lecturers who make life on campus hell for girls.
There are reports that students are deliberately failed in order to get them to succumb to the sexual advances of these men and women who have no ethical standards. Hopefully, security agencies and civil society will take the needed action to bring justice to abused university students.