Federal University of Lafia expels student for impregnating female lecturer

Federal University of Lafia, has expelled one of its student for allegedly impregnating female lecturer in the department of Computer science.

Federal University of Lafia expels student for impregnating female lecturer
Federal University of Lafia expels student for impregnating female lecturer

The university disciplinary board is said to have received the disheartening news of the student impregnating his lecturer with acute shock, before deciding such a cruel penalty on the student.

This is coming less than two months after the BBC investigative reports got lecturers from the University of Ghana and University of Lagos pants down in the Sex for Grades videos.

The expelled student identified as Kelvin, a bachelor of computer science student, faced the disciplinary committee of the University after he was foud out of impregnating his female lecturer.

Kevin pleaded for lesser punishment before the disciplinary board of the University because the initial advances into the love affair between the duo were initiated by his lecturer who was so desperate.

“My lecturer wants me to enjoyed and nourished the flower within her. She wants me to have her pregnant, I want to graduate with a good grade. She has got what she wanted, I’m now been served with an expelled letter,” Kevin said

According to reports, one Babalawya shared the story on his social media wall, calling on the Federal Ministry of Education to investigate on the allegations.

Babalawya said,

“Federal University of Lafia, expels student called “Kelvin”. Kelvin was alleged to have been expelled on monday for impregnating his female lecturer in computer science department.
An allegation the university’s Head of Information and public Relation described as falsehoods and mischievous.

We call on the Federal Ministry of Education to quickly set a panel of external investors to investigate this shameful and image killing development.
All we know is that: NOTHING DOES FOR NOTHING.”

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