Samson Lardy Anyenini sits with his able panelists to discuss relevant issues that made headlines this week.
The BBC documentary on ‘sex-for’grades’, which captured how some lecturers of the University of Ghana and University of Lagos allegedly harass their students sexually, is tabled for discussion as the team examines the approach the media house used and how to curb the canker.
Spotlight will also be put on the controversy surrounding the demonstration by some students who failed the entrance exams to the Ghana Law School.
Reports suggest that the police brutalized the demonstrating students and arrested a number of them when the students insisted on presenting their petition for a review of admission requirements and examinations management of the Law School to President Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee House.
The police, however, says the students pelted them with stones and offensive weapons – a situation which made them spray cold water and fire rubber bullets to disperse the crowd.
Also to be discussed is the collapse of Capital Bank as the CEO and Managing Director of the now-defunct bank, Mr Ato Essien and Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor, as well as two others – Kate Quartey-Papafio and Tetteh Nettey – have been charged with stealing and money laundering by the state.
They are facing 26 different counts of charges.
Watch the program below