Sex for grades: 5 top facts about investigative journalist Kiki Mordi

Sex for grades: 5 top facts about investigative journalist Kiki Mordi

The journalist, Kiki Mordi, who went undercover for BBC Africa, for the viral SexforGrades documentary, has said, according to many online reports that she has received death threats since the video went public.

In the investigative video, the predatory nature of university lecturers who put pressure on young students to exchange grades for sex.

Not only was what she did brave, she has gone a long way in not just contributing richly to the discourse on female subjugation but the psychological trauma students go through.

Here are five things to know about the journalist:

1. Works for BBC African Eye

She is a presenter with BBC Africa radio and also works with Women Radio fm 91.7.

2. An all round creative

Kiki is not only a filmmaker, she is a story teller and writer.

3. She dropped out of school due to sexual advances from her lecturers

The undercover journalist said she dropped out of school because of the sexual abuse she faced as an undergraduate.

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4. Kiki's creative brilliance was awarded

It should be noted also that Kiki clinched the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Award for Outstanding Presenting Programme, South-South.

5. She was nominated for another award

She once got nominated for Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Award for most promising young presenter for both the TV and radio category.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Boniface Igbeneghu, a lecturer at the University of Lagos popularly known as UNILAG, was caught on camera demanding sexual gratification in exchange for offering admission to a student.

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Igbeneghu was exposed following an investigative report by BBC where a 17-year-old secondary school graduate who was seeking admission to UNILAG.

Igbenegu was targeted for investigation after series of allegations of sexual assaults levelled against him by female students covering a period of nine months. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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