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Kogi Varsity Lecturer Stripped Naked Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

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Kogi Varsity Lecturer Stripped Naked Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

The lecturer implicated his colleagues, including the Head of the Department

Lokoja, Kogi State– A lecturer at Federal University in Lokoja, Kogi state was stripped naked over allegations of sexual harassment of a female student.

The lecturer whose full name is yet to be ascertained, incurred the wrath of some other female undergraduates of the English Department, where he teaches.

The Nation reports that the students on Friday, May 10, insisted that he must be publicly ‘disgraced’, claiming that ‘his cup was full’.

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The lecturer who was stripped to his boxers, was saved from further embarrassment by the combined efforts of the school security unit, at the Adankolo mini campus of the institution.

Meanwhile, during the interrogation, the lecturer implicated his colleagues, including the Head of the Department (HOD), claiming that they usually provide him with names of female students to either “pass or fail” based on their level of intimacy or absence with them.

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When contacted, the school’s spokesperson, Daniel Iyke, said that the management is aware of the development and had immediately set up machinery to investigate the case.

“The thing is that the university has its own internal mechanism in taking care of it.

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“The report has been brought to the attention of the vice-chancellor, and he has set up a body to look into it. This was done immediately and the report or outcome will be made known as soon as it comes out. At this point, this is all I can volunteer.”

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