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Some Nigerians Not In Support Of BBC’ Sex For Grade Exposé In Nigerian Universities

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When report that BBC was about to release a documentary about the rut in Nigerian universities with lecturers demanding sex for grade; almost everyone was paying attention, and was eager to see the rut exposed, It seemed like all Nigerians were in support.

But now, some Nigerians are not happy about it and they have called out BBC saying they feel the BBC has ulterior motives.

A number of these users took to Twitter to accuse the foreign-owned media of always reporting only on the evils in Africa. They claim the recent sex for grade scandal is aimed at increasing “the number of Nigerian applicants” in foreign universities.

Some even went as far as calling out their Nigerian staff for collaborating with the news outlet to tarnish the image of, not only Nigeria but Africa as a whole.

See some tweets below.

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