Nigerians praise BBC reporter, Kiki Mordi, over #SexForGrades documentary

Nigerians have hailed BBC Africa Eye Reporter, Kiki Mordi, over the SexForGrades documentary exposing sexual harassment of students by lecturers.

Nigerians praise BBC reporter, Kiki Mordi, over #SexForGrades documentary

The 13-minute documentary published on Monday was centered on the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and the University of Ghana.

Mordi, in the documentary, said she too was a victim of sexual harassment during her days in the university.

She said her team took the initiative due to the clamour to expose lecturers in the habit of sexually abusing students.

Nigerians on Twitter have praised her for her work, calling for attention also on private institutions of learning.

Call out Kiki Mordi, Chioma Agwuegbo, Ayodeji Osowobi, for misleading the public - D'banj to SegaLink


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