Zlatan Ibile clashes with Nigerian man on Twitter over UNILAG lecturer molestation scandal

Zlatan Ibile clashes with Nigerian man on Twitter over UNILAG lecturer molestation scandal

- A recent documentary conducted by BBC has had Nigerian shook as it exposes lecturers in universities

- The documentary has led to a Sex For Grades hashtag trending on social media as people share their opinions on the issue

- A Nigerian man used the opportunity to troll singer Zlatan Ibile as he claimed the singer will probably use phrases from the viral documentary in a mockery song

- Zlatan has now replied the man identified as Tobi as he labelled him dumb

Just recently, the story of one UNILAG senior lecturer and pastor at Foursquare Gospel Church, Dr Boniface Igbeneghu, caused serious buzz on social media after he was caught on tape soliciting intimacy from an undercover journalist who posed as a 17-year-old minor seeking admission in the school.

In the video clip making rounds on social media, the so-called pastor and senior lecturer at UNILAG was seen having series of inappropriate conversations with the supposed minor as he even told her at a point to put off the light and kiss him for a minute.

SexForGrades: Zlatan Ibile clashes with Nigerian man on Twitter

UNILAG lecturer and pastor, Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu, caught on video in Sex For Grades scandal
Source: Twitter

This has led to an outcry against sex for grades on social media as many Nigerians share their opinions on the issue.

A Nigerian man identified as Tobi on Twitter, used the opportunity to drag singer, Zlatan Ibile, as he claimed the musician is probably going to use phrases from the now-viral video to make songs mocking the whole issue. Tobi added that the singer will do that because he is dumb.

See the tweet below:

Zlatan promptly responded by saying Tobi’s father is actually the dumb one:

Nawa o.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Foursquare Gospel Church reacted to the scandal regarding one of their pastors involved in the Sex For Grades uproar.

In a statement shared on the church's Twitter page, they explained that they do not condone such acts as they disassociated themselves from the conduct of Dr Boniface Igbeneghu.

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