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Oge Obi: #SexForGrade Documentary Team Member Attempts Suicide

Oge Obi: #SexForGrade Documentary Team Member Attempts Suici

There is anxiety on social networking service, Twitter, over Oge Obi, the 25-year-old lady many believe is the brain behind the #SexForGrade BBC documentary committing suicide.

Obi's action is believed to be due to the fact that Kiki Mordi, another journalist, is getting all the plaudits for the #SexForGrades work.

Obi, AllNews understands, consumed a deadly chemical component on Sunday afternoon.

She had insinuated that she was going to commit suicide via her known Twitter handle.

This newspaper understands that some persons were able to force the door to her room open and take her to the hospital where she is currently receiving medical attention.

What happened

Ruona Meyer, a fellow journalist had called out Mordi on Thursday for allegedly taking credits for the 2019 investigation despite the fact that the project was not inspired by her.

She also enjoined Mordi to acknowledge Oge Obi, her colleague, whom she claimed pitched the story.

However, in a reaction the following day, Mordi refuted accusations she robbed people of their ideas in respect of the multi-award-winning Sex for Grades Documentary by the BBC.

READ ALSO: Lagos-Based Police Officer Rapes Teenager, Threatens Suicide

The #SexForGrades investigated sexual harassment on campus, as journalists went undercover in two of Africa's most prestigious universities - University of Ghana and the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

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