A second lecturer of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) is indicted by the BBC sex-for-grades video.
Notable members of the society, including the President’s wife, Hajia Aisha Buhari, and wife of the Governor of Ekiti State, Mrs Bisi Fayemi, have condemned randy lecturers.
This follows Monday’s screening of the full 53 minutes sex-for-grades documentary by BBC Africa Eye, which indicted a second lecturer of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr Samuel Oladipo, who teaches Economics. The management of the University has also suspended Oladipo.
“The second lecturer in the BBC documentary has been suspended also,” Principal Assistant Registrar (Communications Unit), Mrs Taiwo Oloyede, said yesterday.
Aside Oladipo, the video also indicted Dr Igheneghu, a French lecturer in the institution’s Department of European Languages and Integrated Studies, as well as two other lecturers from the University of Ghana, Legon, Dr Paul Kwame Batakor (Institute of Education), and Prof Ransford Gyampo (Department of Political Science).
Speaking through Mrs Aisha Rimi, a lawyer, Mrs Buhari urged victims to learn to speak up.