The Lagos State College (LASU) has sacked three of its senior lecturers over alleged sexual misconduct.
In a press release launched on Tuesday, Ademola Adekoya, the college’s spokesperson, stated their dismissal was accredited by the governing council of the college at its 119th statutory assembly on October 4.
The affected lecturers had been recognized as Ayoola Odubunmi, an affiliate professor of economics; Isiaka Ogunwande, an affiliate professor of chemistry and Emmanuel Gbeleyi, a lecturer within the division of anatomy.
Adekoya stated the lecturers had been queried after which a disciplinary committee constituted to look into the allegation handed its last findings to the governing council. One of many victims was stated have contacted a non-governmental organisation (NGO) to wade into the matter after one of many affiliate professors had made repeated overtures at her.
The NGO had planted a hidden digicam on the woman who proceeded to fulfill the lecturer in his workplace on a Saturday after he invited her to rewrite a selected course she failed.
The lecturer was allegedly caught on digicam molesting the feminine pupil whereas he gave her the examination paper to maintain writing. The college safety officers who had been on standby had been stated to have swooped on them and arrested the randy lecturer.
Gbeleyi, on his half, was reported by two feminine college students who he requested to purchase an injection, which he was accused to have used to sedate them earlier than having intercourse with them.
In June, the administration of Obafemi Awolowo College (OAU) in Osun state had fired Richard Akindele, a lecturer who allegedly demanded 5 classes of intercourse from Monica Osagie, a postgraduate pupil of the establishment, to award her a cross mark in a course she failed.