Monday morning came with a documentary by BBC on sexual misconduct in West African universities especially Nigeria and Ghana.
Following the documentary, the #SexForGrades started trending on Twitter, with some females, who were victims recounting their experiences in the hands of some lecturers, who refused to let them graduate as at when due because they rejected their sexual advances.
At some points, Nigerians on Twitter cast shades on rapper cum singer, Falz, for not saying anything because it is an area he is always speaking against.
However, in the early hours of Tuesday Falz went on to affirm his stand on his fight against taking advantage of women.
“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.”