Sex For Grades, an investigative piece by Nigerian investigative journalist Kiki Mordi, has been nominated of the 2020 International Emmy Awards for News and Current Affairs.
Kiki Mordi led the BBC Africa Eye team to investigate issues of ‘sex for grades’ in two of West Africa’s prestigious universities; the University of Ghana and the University of Lagos.
The investigation implicated 4 lecturers in the two universities mentioned above.
The BBC Africa Eye: Sex For Grades investigative piece was nominated in the Current Affairs category.
It was nominated alongside other documentaries from Brazil, Qatar, Russia, Sweden And The United Kingdom.
The International Emmy winners will be recognised during an online ceremony on September 21, 2020.
Kiki Mordi took to Twitter to share the news.
“Here’s me, despite being an emotional mess, announcing that BBC Africa Eye’s Sex For Grades is nominated in the “Current Affairs” category for this year’s International Emmys. Every single soul that made this project come alive deserves this honour!” she wrote.
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