Aftermaths Of “Sex For Grades”: UG Warns Students To Dress Decently Or Get Sacked From Lectures

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Students at the Department Of Animal Biology And Conservation Science, University of Ghana have been directed to dress decently to lectures.

According to a notice signed by the Head of Department and sighted by  it is a requirement for students to dress decently.

The directive warns that students at the department who fail to adhere to proper dressing standards will be denied access to all academic facilities at the department.

A portion of the notice as sighted by this portal reads: “Decent dressing is required of all students in this department.”

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It continues that: “You could be turned away from academic facilities if you are not decently dressed.”

The directive comes barely a week after the “sex for grades” exposé by BBC Africa Eye which implicated two lecturers at the university, Professor  Ransford Edward Gyampo and Dr Paul Kwame Butakor.

The two lecturers have since being interdicted pending the outcome of investigations by the Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee.

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Meanwhile, sources close to this portal reveal that Management of the University of Ghana will in the coming days make the directive universal for every student at the university.

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