The University of Ghana had interdicted two of its male teachers for alleged sexual harassment towards female students, according to a statement reached to Xinhua on Wednesday.

A statement issued by the university said the business and executive committee of the University had decided to interdict Ranford Gyampo and Paul Kwame Butakor, the two lecturers featured in the video for further investigations into the matter.

In line with University regulations, the two will face the anti-sexual harassment committee in the next few days, said the statement.

Portions of the video titled “Sex for Grades” showed Gyampo, also an outspoken political commentator, proposing marriage to a young woman at Accra Mall, the capital’s most famous shopping center.

Butakor, on the other hand, was seen asking to be an additional boyfriend to a lady who had gone to him for some help.

“We would like to state emphatically that the University of Ghana will not shield any employee or student found in sexual harassment or misconduct,” the university said. Enditem

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