- Another randy lecturer, Monday Omo-Etan, has been suspended by the OAU's management
- Omo-Etan was suspended for sexually molesting a 19-year-old female student of the university
- The university handed that the lecturer has been handed over to the police
Another suspected randy lecturer has been reportedly suspended by the management of the Obafemi Awolowo College (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun state over alleged sexual assault.
Nigerian Tribune reports that the lecturer named Monday Omo-Etan was suspended for sexually molesting a 19-year-old female student of the university.
The university's spokesperson, Abiodun Olarewaju, added that Omo-Etan has been handed over to the police.
He noted that the latest incident happened less than three weeks after another lecturer of the institution, Olabisi Olaleye, was suspended for a similar offence.
Olarewaju reiterated the university's commitment to the total eradication of any form of sexual harassment, molestation or other social vices.
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Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Olaleye was accused of harassing female students. The lecturer was accused by a 400 level student identified as Motunrayo Afolayan.
The young lady had alleged that the lecturer failed her when she refused to sleep with him and he has threatened to do the same again if she continues to reject him.
Afolayan reportedly recorded the lecturer while he was threatening to fail her if she refuses to sleep with him again.
She later reported the case to the school authorities and Olaleye's case is being investigated.
A Twitter user identified as Olúyẹmí Fásípè has now shared a photo, revealing the face of the lecturer accused of harassing students to the public.
Afolayan, before taking her case to the school, had gone to meet another lecturer to talk to Olaleye but the lecturer refused.
The lecturer identified as Sunday Omotuyi said he once met with Olaleye over another student's case but he shut him down and walked him out of his office.
Not long ago, Legit.ng had reported that social media was left buzzing with reactions following the release of a BBC documentary exposing sex-for-grade practices in African universities.
A Unilag lecturer and head pastor of a church, Boniface Igbeneghu, and a Ghana university lecturer were caught on camera.
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