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Sex For Grade: UNILAG suspends Dr Samuel Omoniyi and Boniface Ighenghu

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Recently on June 2, 2021 the governing body of the University of Lagos, Akoka Yaba suspended two of its lecturers.

The suspension was made via allegations that they had asked female students most of them for their body in exchange for grades in their weak subjects.

This was done after the BBC (British Broadcasting Company) via their programme African Eye revealed the secrets of these bad unprofessional lecturers and their vices.

The disciplinary committee comprising of the Vice Chancellor, Deputy V.C, Police Spokesperson and the General Officer Commandiing Yaba Military Base had earlier stated that the institution may revoke the employment of these two lecturers and then seek for fresh redeployment to the institution.

Sex for Grades has been a common trade in institutions not only in UNILAG but affecting other noble Nigerian varsities like UNIBEN and many others but are swept under the carpet.

For these two men they have spelt doom for themselves.

Please leave your comment below and tell us how the story made you feel about the educational system in our nation, Nigeria.