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Ghana: Two lecturers ‘breached rules’ in sex-for-grades film

Ghana’s premier and prominent university has found two of its lecturers guilty of breaching its code of conduct after they were implicated in a sex-for-grades film. The BBC’s Africa Eye’s sex-for-grades film implicated two lecturers of the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo and Dr Paul Kwame Butakor in the scandal. They were filmed allegedly making sexual advances towards some women who posed as students. The university said those actions were against its rules. The two lecturers will face a disciplinary commission after an investigation by the university found evidence…

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Mum takes daughter to ‘court’ for breaking her bed having sex

A furious mum who discovered her daughter had broken her bed having sex is demanding she pays her £1,600 for a new one. Nicole has been at loggerheads with daughter Rhiannon ever since her night of “intense passion” which saw her and an unnamed lover snap the bed frame and break several wooden slats. Rhiannon claims she cannot afford to pay her mum for a replacement, but Nicole has branded her excuse “bulls**t!”. Such is the bubbling tension and bad blood between them, the pair can barely speak two words…

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West African lecturers implicated in ‘sex for grade’ scandal

A BBC investigation has implicated some lecturers at two public universities in West Africa, namely Ghana and Nigeria in sex for grade scandal. The documentary on sexual harassment was produced following an investigation into activities of lecturers in two top West African universities. BBC’s Africa Eye revealed secret footage that implicated lecturers at the University of Ghana and the University of Lagos in Nigeria. One of the lecturers implicated in Nigeria, Boniface Igbeneghu, who is also a pastor has been suspended by his church. The Foursquare church, where Igbeneghu is…

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Ghana’s sexuality lesson for pupils sparks controversy

Ghana’s decision to introduce Comprehensive Sexuality Education in public schools has sparked controversy. Education service officials have said that beginning next year, pupils in all public schools, including five-year-olds, will receive Comprehensive Sexuality Education lessons. The Ghana Education Service argued that, the subject will empower pupils with values that would protect them from sexual harassment. But some parents and local groups are kicking against the initiative. The local group National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values argued that some texts and modules in the curriculum resonate with…

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Female banker suspended for bonking 200 male job seekers

A female banker in Zambia is in trouble for sleeping with men who had applied to work in her bank. The female banker was suspended for allegedly sleeping with over 200 men while promising them jobs. According to a report by the ZambianWatch the woman named as Mutale Winfridah was a branch senior executive of ZANACO bank. She was suspended by bank management for sleeping with different men who were both clients and job seekers. The 39-year-old Winfridah got suspended after more than 10 men formally lodged complaints against her. The…

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The 22-year old Ghanaian lady who slept with 700 men

A Ghanaian lady called Charlotte Abena Serwaa Ghanabah has told local media that she has had sexual encounters with about 700 men. She is quoted by local news portal GhPage to have said that some of the 700 men she had slept with were well known Ghanaian celebrities. Abena claimed to have started having sex at the age of 14 years while in school. The lady who doesn’t regret her sexual encounters with many men said her first sex was with her 56-year-old headmaster. Abena is now naming those she…

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The Ghanaian woman changing sex conversations in Africa

In 2009, 41-year old Ghanaian feminist and blogger, Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah and another colleague, Malaka Grant launched a project to spark conversations around sex and sexuality. The aim at the time was to create a platform for African women to freely talk about their sexual experiences. A website for that was launched and for ten years now the digital platform has been a space for many women, who regularly write about their experiences in their bedrooms. Thousands of women have equally visited the “Adventures from the Bedrooms of African Women”…

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Ghana: Women declare sex strike over lack of health facility

Women in a farming community in Ghana called Ntenanko in the country’s third largest region, Ashanti have declared a sex strike. They have vowed not to engage in sexual activity with their husbands in order to avoid getting pregnant. The women say there are no proper health facilities in the community for antenatal care. They are hoping that their action will compel their husbands to demand the opening of the Community-based Health Planning and Service (CHPS) compound facility built in 2015. According to them the facility which was built to…

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How female orgasms work and how to get them

In the wonderful world of sexuality, few concepts are as poorly understood by the public as the female orgasm. In fact, for hundreds of years, the female orgasm’s existence had been denied, or even decried as a mortal sin. It’s only in the past half-century or so that women’s orgasms have truly started getting the understanding and attention they deserve, thanks to the pioneering work of sex researchers and the efforts of the feminist movement. But exactly how do orgasms work? And how can you make a woman orgasm? In this article, we’re…

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Ghana launches survey on ‘schools, sex and safety’

A major and nationwide survey on sexual safety of teenagers in schools has been launched in Ghana. Dubbed the ‘SCHOOLS, SEX & SAFETY’ survey it is aimed at getting enough details about the sexual security of teenagers from harassment, abuse, proposals and rape. The survey which is the first of its kind in Ghana is being coordinated by private media production house, EAA-Media productions. The production company said in a statement that the aim of the survey is also “paint a nationwide picture of sexual safety in schools, and to…

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