I Have ‘Chopped’ Several University Girls- Maurice Ampaw Confesses

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Renowned Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has confessed in a recent interview that he used to ‘chop’ female university students when he was a lecturer.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with browngh.com, the controversial lawyer revealed that he used to award marks to several female students.

Lawyer Maurice Ampaw who used to be a Law lecturer at Meridian Pre-University took a U-turn to say that he was never involved in s-x for grades.

According to him, although he chops university girls, he never dated his own students but rather dated students from different universities were he was not teaching in order to play safe.

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“You can chop the University girls but don’t chop your own students. What I did was simple. Let’s say if I lecture at Central University is a no go area but I chop the girls from other universities. So I was not the kind of lecturers who chop students and award them marks.” He told First Lady, host of ‘Time With the Stars’ show.

Lawyer Maurice Ampaw admitted that he chopped several University ladies when he was actively teaching/lecturing.

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When pushed to the wall by First Lady, the host of the show on why he was having intercourse with the university girls, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw said:

“As a lecturer,you may end up either dating or having problems,but you must avoid your students. I used to chop them but I am no more teaching. I am married now so I won’t ‘chop’ any lady when I get the chance.

“Although I was married back then,it was due to temptation from the University ladies.” He told First Lady in response to why he was married and still chopping the University girls.

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Lawyer Maurice Ampaw over the years has lectured in Business Law, Media Law and Company at different tertiary institutions.

He has lectured at the Central University, All Nations University, Meridian Pre-University, Trans-Africa College, Regent University, Ghana Institute of Journalism among others.

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