August 28, 2016

Lecturers' Sexual Escapades With Female Students

by Familugba Yewande
Delta State University recently sacked six of its lecturers for their involvement in several offences including alleged s*xual harassment of female students. The sacking of the lecturers at DELSU is a welcome development for stakeholders in the education sector. It is a step in the right direction and I believe it would sound a note of warning to all erring lecturers.

It would also encourage other higher institutions in Nigeria to discipline lecturers who are found wanting. The challenge of s*xual harassment in academic establishments has existed for generations, and sadly, it has become a norm despite the obvious iniquitousness in the act by lecturers.

Recently, a female student at the 
Osun State University set up a lecturer who had been pestering her for s*x. She gave in but unknown to the lecturer; she gave in because she wanted to obtain documentary evidence. She made a video of her and the lecturer in a room at a hotel. The lecturer described the video as a lie, but investigations are still on-going to unveil the truth. The tides have changed and lecturers must be aware that their acts would not be tolerated and are liable to face public ridicule if they are caught.

Some lecturers in institutions flagrantly perform their heinous acts on mostly innocent female undergraduates and have turned their schools to brothels where s*x trades for good grades. It is unfortunate that the so called ‘custodians of knowledge’ in our academic institutions have tarnished and degraded their sacrosanct role in the society for sexual pleasure. No wonder our academic institutions are not moving forward and making strides like other institutions globally.

In my opinion, female s*xual harassment is not only limited to our various academic institutions, but it is pervasive in every facet of the Nigerian society. It is at workplaces, homes, neighbourhoods, and even religious institutions. 

What is it about some Nigerian men that drive them to see females as s*xual objects alone? Why must the Nigerian man seek to take advantage of a female he perceives to be subordinate? These actions subject females to unimaginable trauma, and we as a nation must seek to relegate these occurrences in the society; by reorienting our male children and adults to respect and cherish their female counterparts.

- Familugba Yewande


Harbolarkale Niyi said...

God will expose those useless lecturers

samaila sulaiman said...


Hassan Aderemi said...

Well articulated, though some of our ladies too made themselves available for cheap sex.

inumidun said...

Yeye people..

SPACO said...

Is a lesson to many lecturers now.