A lecturer at University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) has been called out after his death, by his students for allegedly involving himself in sex-for-grade scandals.
It appears as if the former students of the late lecturer identified as Darlington Okoye (Ph.D) popularly known as ‘anunkankampi’ do not have much good tidings to tell about him.
In tweets which served as their reaction to the death of the 39-year-old political science lecturer, some former UNN students accused him of allegedly engaging in sex for grade escapades. They also hinted on the lecturer’s smoking habit contributing to his death.
See the tweets below;
This is not the first time a lecturer is being accused of soliciting sex to help female students. The story is the same in virtually all citadels of learning – Universities, Polytechnics or Colleges of Education, according to BBC Africa Eye.
It is an open secret that so many female students have become victims of sexual harassment. It should be noted that in May 2016, the Senate considered a bill that would slam a five-year jail term on lecturers who exploit students sexually.