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#SexForGrades: ‘I’ll Always Speak Against Sexual Abuse’ – Falz

Falz has said that he would not stop speaking against sexual abuse following the publication of BBC Africa Eye SexForGrade documentary on Monday.

The 13-minute documentary, which focused on the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and the University of Ghana, exposed sexual harassment in public institutions.

A senior lecturer in the Faculty of Arts, UNILAG, Dr Boniface Igbeneghu, was filmed sexually harassing Kiki Mordi, an undercover journalist who posed as a 17-year-old admission seeker in the institution.

Recalling Falz’s message about how he hates transactional sex during the launch of his album ‘Moral Instruction’ in January, Nigerians on Twitter have been at loggerheads over the musician’s silence on the documentary.

However, responding to the criticism, Falz tweeted on Tuesday saying that this was not a time for animosity, but to find a solution to sexual abuse in institutions of learning.

“I don’t think this is a time for baseless animosity. I have and will always speak up against all forms of sexual abuse. Yesterday, today, tomorrow. What we should be doing is working together to get rid of this dysfunctional system that allows women to be taken advantage of,” he said.

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