- Nigerian OAP Kiki Mordi, who did the BBC documentary that got many Nigerians talking, has revealed that she is a university drop-out
- The documentary exposed university lecturers who sleep with female students in exchange for good grades
- Mordi revealed in a tweet that she hopes that she goes back to school in a saner environment
A Nigerian On-Air Personality identified as Kiki Mordi became the talk of the town after she did a documentary with BBC to expose university lecturers who sleep with female students in exchange for good grades.
Mordi's documentary has exposed two lecturers in top universities in West Africa, the University of Lagos and the University of Ghana. The lecturers were caught on camera trying to coerce students into sleeping with them for excellent results.
The young woman has now revealed that she is a university drop-out. Mordi revealed that she wishes to go back to school to complete her education.
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She expressed that she really enjoys learning. She added that she hopes that she does her learning in a saner and safer environment.
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that the young woman, who was inspired to do the documentary by her personal experience, revealed that she has been receiving threats. She noted that the threats do not affect her and she is happy with the changes that are beginning to occur.
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