University Don Recommends Prosecution, Sack For Lecturers Caught In ‘Sex For Mark’


The immediate past vice-chancellor of Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa, Esan West Local Government Area of Edo State, Prof. Benard Eronmosele, has said that lecturers caught in ‘sex for marks’ act should be prosecuted and show the exit door, saying this will serve as a deterrent to others who are nursing the idea of indulging in it.

While disclosing this in his response to some questions from newsmen during his send-forth, the university Don said he has no sympathy for those lecturers undergoing punishment for indulging in sex for marks.

“I don’t have sympathy for those that are being persecuted. Whoever commit such offence should be reprimanded and be sentenced. He should be dismissed”, he said

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On quacks among university lecturers, he said though it is a common phenomenon, it is not as prevalent as projected particularly in faith-based universities.

He said, “There are quacks in federal universities too. There are quacks in states universities. Even in my university, I do not want to castigate my university I went back to. 

“So real faith-based universities and not private individuals or private consortium, private faith-based universities, non”, the Professor maintained. 

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Also speaking, the current Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Idowu Babatunde commended his predecessor for his numerous contributions to the growth of the institution, adding that there is need to appreciate those who have done well in the society.

He said in so doing, the university decided to honour the outgoing Vice-Chancellor who served the institution for seven good years unblemished.

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Chairman of the occasion, Dr. Bisi Ogunjobi, while thanking the outgoing VC for meritorious service, said Prof. Benard had contributed immensely to the successes recorded thus far in the school.



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