The Student Representative Council (SRC) of the University of Ghana has said it will ensure that the lecturers indicted in the sex for grades documentary by the BBC are sanctioned appropriately.
Excerpts of the documentary indicted some lecturers of the university for alleged sexual harassment.
Speaking in an interview, President of the UG SRC, Isaac Agyemang urged the University to investigate the matter and punish those found culpable.
He said “I’m willing at length to ensure that any person found culpable of the offences levelled against them in relation to sexual harassment of any student is brought to book”.
He also advised the students who may have fallen victims to such demands to corporate with any interrogation that may come if the need arises.
So far, the two lecturers at the University implicated in the video are Prof. Ransford Gyampo and Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor, who have both denied the claims.
The full video airs tonight on BBC Africa YouTube channel.