Social media users have been eagerly awaiting the premiere of BBC’s SexForGrades documentary.
The piece, according to the media giant uncovers lecturers in West Africa’s prestigious universities who take advantage of their students.
BBC has already released excerpts of the documentary which highlights University of Ghana and University of Lagos in Nigeria.
Even before it premieres, the title has taken over conversations on social media in both countries with users calling for maximum punishment for those found culpable.
The documentary premieres at 6pm GMT Monday.
For the past year, BBC Africa Eye has been secretly investigating sexual harassment by lecturers at West Africa's most prestigious universities.
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) October 6, 2019
Waiting impatiently for the lazy and unethical lecturers, who come to class with their notes from 15 years ago meanwhile requesting that the government pay them research allowance, to be exposed. Dirty lecturers… and TAs #sexforgrades #ghana #bbc https://t.co/iHRqFV1WvL
— Myl_da_ afriCan (@Myl_da_afriCan) October 6, 2019
#sexforgrades these stories have real life consequences for survivors and people around them. Before you lament the damage this will cause to the reputation of these lecturers, spare a thought for survivors. https://t.co/mtuV1jxZ4d
— Tsimtsimbir (@fantenyimapa) October 6, 2019
The documentary start dey shake things for Nigeria 😂😂😂
Them start dey terminate university staffs demma employment. 🤣🤣🤣
— 🇬🇭armah ひ (@awww_ghostTears) October 6, 2019