Sex For Grades
Sex-for-marks: UniAbuja sacks dean
The University of Abuja (UniAbuja) has dismissed a professor and former dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Adeniji Adedayo Abiodun for sexually harassing a student. UniAbuja's head of information and university relations, Habib Yakoob, said the Santa’s of the institution also approved the dismissal of Professor Agaptus Buzo – Chibuzo Orji of the Department of…
Ibadan poly warns lecturers against sex-for-grades
The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Oyo State, has threatened to sanction any staff indulged in sex-for-marks, urging students to report any lecturer who demands sex from them for disciplinary actions.
Sex for Grades: UNIPORT goes tough on students, lecturers
The Federal Government is embarrassed by increased allegations of sexual misconduct in the country’s tertiary institutions, the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, has said.
Undergraduates appraise effectiveness of sexual harassment prohibition bill
Following the BBC sex-for-grades documentary and its fad on social media, the National Assembly has revisited the sexual harassment prohibition bill which was first proposed under former Senate President, Bukola Saraki but did not gain popular support.
Tackling The Problem Of Sex For Grades In Nigerian Universities
Yet again is the clash of interest with the discourse of sexual abuse. #SexForGradeshas the internet, social media and the world walking on eggshells. Recent findings revealing what goes on in West African universities; the University of Lagos and the University of Ghana, have brought to light an expose on girls suffering in silence while…
#SexForGrades: Dr Boniface Igbeneghu Alleges BBC Set Him Up
A few days ago, October 7, BBC Africa Eye released a documentary that shook many as it brought to light the burning issue of sex for grades in West African Universities. The documentary titled "Sex For Grades" focused on two prominent universities, University of Lagos (Nigeria) and the University of Ghana where some undercover journalists…
Sex for grades: Ghana varsity says no evidence against lecturers
The University of Ghana has said there is no evidence that two of its lecturers captured in a BBC documentary were demanding sex in exchange for grades from female students. “If you look at the transcript that they added, there is no evidence of sex for grade," chairperson of the anti-sexual harassment committee of the…
Sex For Grades: Angry Nigerian Calls Out Falz For Not Championing The Cause
BBC Africa Eye's documentary titled "Sex for Grades" released on Monday literally broke the internet after its shocking revelation of moral misconducts in universities. Reporter Kiki Mordi, who knows first-hand how devastating sexual harassment can be, reveals what happens behind closed doors at some of the region’s most prestigious universities, went undercover to expose this…