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#SexForGrades: Disgraced Ghanaian Professor Dismisses BBC Documentary as ‘Neocolonial’ Promises a Lawsuit

Professor Gyampo conducts a nine-minute interview stating his reaction to the allegations of his sexual misconduct.

A Ghanaian professor implicated in the #SexForGrades BBC exposé that came out yesterday, Professor Ransford Gyampo, had some words of his own regarding the story and his involvement. He spoke to the Ghana Web in a video interview that was almost as long as the initial BBC report. Among other things, he calls the report the "most bogus video documentary in the world so far" and eschews the involvement of the BBC as a form of colonialism. We break down the video for you, read on.

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University of Ghana Petitioners Want Gandhi's Statue to Be Replaced With African Heroes

Concerned petitioners ask the University of Ghana to erect statues of African heroes and heroines instead of Gandhi—who was a racist.

Petitioners consisting of concerned academics from the University of Ghana succeeded in their call for the institution’s council to remove a statue of Gandhi from their campus.

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