Political Science Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo who has been interdicted by the University over BBC’s documentary about Lecturers sleeping with female students in exchange of good grades says the BBC has been paid to drag his hard-earned reputation in the mud.
In BBC’s documentary, their Undercover Journalist, Kiki Mordi who posed as a past student of the University wanting to further her education had some conversations with Professor Gyampo in which they deem inappropriate between and mentor and a mentee.
Professor Gyampo in a conversation with Citi TV’s Umaru Sanda Amadu disclosed that he has been reliably informed that the BBC has been paid to make sure he goes down.
According to him, the BBC is doing the job of their paymasters which makes their documentary one of those mediocre documentaries conducted by media houses without proof.
He also denied having amorous relationship with Kiki Mordi but admitted they had an informal relationship which resulted in some ‘inappropriate’ conversations.
Watch the 15 minutes interview with Professor Gyampo below.