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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

UNILAG Lecturer & Pastor Exposed In BBC Documentary For Having SEX With Students

Image may contain: 2 people, people smilingThe documentary is targeted at lecturers in West African universities who harass their students in exchange for grades.

Over the years, there have been issues of female students being harassed for sex in return for marks in Nigerian Universities, BBC Africa’s Eye had sent undercover journalists who pose as students in some universities like University of Lagos and University of Ghana.
It was disclosed that the female reporters had been sexually harassed and put under pressure by senior lecturers at the institutions and the lecturers had been exposed through 13-minutes video recorded by secret cameras the reporters wore.
One of the culprits, Dr.Boniface is said to be a senior lecturer, Faculty of Arts and is also a pastor of
a Foursquare Gospel church in Lagos.
One of the undercover journalists had endured a couple of sexual harassment from the Dr. Igbeneghu as she had posed as a 17-year-old student who wanted an admission at the University of Lagos.
Igbeneghu, who invited the teenager to his office for a number of tutorials, subsequently began to have inappropriate conversations with her.
On their first meeting, he commented on her appearance.
In the 13-minutes secret filming, the lecturer revealed how his colleagues tossed and passed around UNILAG female students for sex.
He disclosed further how his colleagues patronised UNILAG Staff club ‘Cold room’ to commit series of atrocities on female students.
“Do you know that you are a very beautiful girl,” he asked her.
“Do you know that I am a pastor and I’m in my fifties. What will shock you is that even at my age now, if I want a girl of your age – a 17-year-old, all I need is to sweet tongue her and put some money in her hand and I’ll get her,” Igbeneghu said to her on camera.
Despite repeated requests, the lecturer failed to react to the BBC’s allegations.
Also, authorities of UNILAG dissociated itself from the lecturer’s action as It revealed that the institution had a zero-tolerance policy on sexual harassment. The University of Lagos has suspended its lecturer.
Foursquare Gospel Church has also suspended its pastor, Dr. Igbeneghu Boniface, indicted in sex-for-grades, from ministerial works with immediate effect.

Meanwhile, another lecturer from College of Education in Ghana, Dr. Paul Kwame was also indicted in the video documentary. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), has revealed plan to expose more Nigerian lecturers involved in SexForGrades. This was made known by BBC Africa Eye Reporter, Kiki Mordi, in a recent post via her official Twitter account.

“Tonight, we will reveal more lecturers we caught on camera when we post our full hour long documentary on @BBCAfrica YouTube. You will want to watch this,” she wrote

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FACEBOOK COMMENTS

Mariam Khalifah Adewole

Very good. Someone should serve as a deteriant.
We know what we faced from some of this lecturers during our educational pursuit.

Adeiza Cristian

Them dey mad..

Okoh Daniel Daniel

I actually watched the video too. It's very bad to hear an irritating story like this from a Pastor, and a Professor. What morals are they putting forth to the younger generations? He should appropriately dealt with.

Rhaymond Horpeymi Oopp

No only in Unilag,happens in all the tettiary institutions in Nigeria.......

Nelson Egboche

So bad how do intimidate someone who is paying school feels, sex is not by forces

Ameh Samuel Acholo

Shame of a nation

Mac David Akwuking

What a shame

Hrh Ekeh Ome Ngboji

Bbc Africa u ppl could ve waited till u ve toured round the 36 states before unveiling it to the public cos as it is now other lectures won't fall into the trap again

Efo Anyasi

It could have been anyone of us; bad as it is, it could have been anyone of us caught in this mess. While not condoning sin, let’s not condemn the sinner; instead, let’s serve the sinner with words of God which could quicken the sinner’s repentance. Pray for the fallen!
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Purity Benson

I can just imagine d lecturers state of mind right now😭😭, hmmmm. BBC should pls check other higher institutions in naija e. g unical, uniben etc
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