Sex for Marks Allegations Rock University of Rwanda

An extraordinary senate meeting at the University of Rwanda, the country's biggest educational institution, has raised a red flag against corruption in education, where it says some lecturers are seeking sexual favours from students in exchange for better grades.

Prof Philip Cotton, University of Rwanda’s Vice-Chancellor, greets students at the graduation ceremony held in Huye in 2018.

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