Kiki Mordi’s Sex For Grades documentary has bagged an Emmy Award.
The BBC Africa Eye documentary became popular after exposing lecturers in Universities in Ghana and Nigeria for soliciting sexual favours from female students.
The documentary was born out of Kiki’s personal experience as a student in the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
After its release, it started a cultural revolution in Ghana and Nigeria, exposing more corrupt lecturers.
The Emmy nomination adds to the growing number of accolades it has received following it premiere.
In a post ot announce the nomination, she wrote:
“Here’s me, despite being an emotional mess, announcing that @BBCAfrica
#BBCAfricaEye’s #SexForGrades is nominated in the “Current Affairs” category for this year’s international Emmys. Every single soul that made this project come alive deserves this honor!”