A BBC documentary around University professors who seek Sex for Grades has been trending for over 24 hours now since it was released. In the BBC documentary, a radio personality known as Kiki Mordi spent months undercover in University of Lagos and Ghana as she and the BBC team unravelled how teachers get into illicit relationships with female students in exchange for good grades.
Listen to the audio version of BBC Africa Eye Documentary: Sex for Grades here
In an interesting twist, Nigerian rapper Falz has been trending. This is following tweet from a ‘feminist’ on twitter known as Ozzy Etomi who has been outspoken since the rap release the track off ‘Moral Instruction’ album where he spoke against transactional sex and rape. Ozzy Etomi has received heavy backlash for asking ‘Where is Falz?’ with many saying ‘he is not the Nigerian President and shouldn’t address every issue.’
Where is Falz. A topic he’s passionate about has been trending all day and we haven’t heard a peep.— Ozzy Etomi (@ozzyetomi) October 7, 2019
Falz became the president of Nigeria since he kicked against transactional sex in one of his songs. Now these clowns expect him to address every national issue first as he doesn’t have anything to do in his life 🤡🤡🤡🤡
— Max the drummer (Professional Baby Boy) 181cm (@max_sticks) October 8, 2019
Don’t drag Falz. He released a whole album about same topic. Did you buy or tweet about it? Don’t be unfortunate.
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) October 8, 2019