Kiki Mordi, the BBC reporter who exposed the randy lecturers at the University of Ghana and University of Lagos, actually dropped out of school due to sexual harassment.
The journalist revealed this in the hour-long documentary published by the media outfit and which focused on lecturers in higher institutions who demand for sex from their students to pass them in their examinations.
Kiki Mordi mentioned in the documentary she gained admission into one of the best schools in Nigeria, just after the death of her father.
According to her, she was a medical student with her gaze on the bright future ahead, only for her dreams to be truncated by a certain lecturer who wanted to have sex with her.
She is currently an Africa Eye reporter for BBC and she has been hailed a hero across the country for exposing the promiscuous lecturers.
One of the lecturers involved in the sex for mark scandal is Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu of the Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos who also doubles as the head pastor of a Foursquare Gospel Church in Lagos.
According to Kiki Mordi, the investigation was carried out due to the clamour to expose these bad lecturers.
She said in her narration in the documentary:
“Hundreds of you asked us to do this investigation. We heard your call #SexForGrades”