Mr. Senyo Hosi,the 1st Main Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors, has specified his viewpoint on the BBC Africa Eye’s documentary on “sex for grades” which has implicated two lecturers of the University of Ghana, urging people today in authority not to giggle at their drop but to learn from it as an alternative.
“To individuals who
revel in the tumble of other people, I endorse you hear to and be fairly influenced
to find out, rather of chuckle, as argued by Louis Farrakhan in the video
hooked up,” he recommended in a Fb write-up sighted by MyNewsGh.com.
Mr Hosi’s reaction began with a commiseration with victims
of abuse, sexual abuse in this situation, exactly where he expressed sympathy for victims,
stating that they ought to have extra defense from the governance process.
He was not too long ago included in a public disagreement with Prof
Gyampo, who would seem to be the most difficult hit in the exposé.
The latest public
disagreement involving Hosi and Gyampo
The two community figures disagreed on the efficiency of
University of Ghana teaching with respect to the high-quality of its graduates.
Mr Hosi had declared that the College of Ghana was
ineffective but Prof Gyampo disagreed.
“You are churning out folks with degrees not persons
with an education, not individuals with skills” he experienced claimed.
But Prof Gyampo disagreed indicating: “There may well be troubles
with all public universities in Ghana which include things like the College of Ghana,
thus in trying to issue out these troubles one will have to be ready to
attract a line of demarcation between constructive criticism and cynicism.”
Now Mr Hosi’s fairly philosophical reaction to Prof Gyampo’s
“fall” has occur to counter before deceptive social media posts that
advised that Mr Hosi was mocking Prof Gyampo about the scandal.
Hosi Praises the BBC
In the publish up Mr Hosi praised the BBC for the documentary
on sexual harassment, “sex for grades” in two prestigious West
African universities (University of Ghana and University of Lagos)
“The BBC Africa Eye initiative to unearth sexual
harassment in our establishments of larger mastering is laudable, bringing to the
fore the genuine injustices we all know about still really do not speak out against. It has
presented a voice to the a lot of voiceless and suppressed siblings, pals,
small children, Ghanaians and fellow human beings,” he lauded the BBC
He also condemned folks who argue that actual college students should have been employed for the documentary as a substitute of investigative journalists, stressing that there would have been unimaginable tutorial, psychological and social abuse and victimization endured by these types of pupils.
“It is unreasonable for anybody to expect that a serious
scholar should have been the undercover journalist and real sex need to have
occurred. Can you picture the extent of tutorial, psychological and social
abuse and victimisation she could be subjected to?” He argued.