The University of Ghana has just announced that it has concluded its investigations into the #sexforgrades scandal against its lecturers involved following the documentary which was aired by BBC.
Previously, the school had announced that there was no evidence of sexual misconduct under the University of Ghana code of conduct of senior members which states that the victim of the misconduct must be a member of the university.
Now, the university has released a press statement which announced the suspension of the lecturers involved. The two lecturers Gyampo and Bukator were handed 6 moth and 4 month suspension respectively. The university has also said that these lecturers would be “undergoing appropriate training” on the university’s Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy, adding that they are committed to rooting out acts of misconduct, sexual harassment or any other form of harassment.