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Female Undergraduates Device Ingenious Methods To Trap Lecherous Lecturers


The Oasis Reporters

April 14, 2018


Female university students are designing ingenious methods to fend off the aggressive advances of randy lecturers by entrapping and scaring them off with electronic bugging devices, such that the incidences of sex-for-marks would face a decline as time goes on.

A strike at the ugly spectre of sexual harassment on university campuses happened recently at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in Osun state, South West Nigeria, when an unnamed female student secretly recorded her phone conversation with someone suspected  to be professor Richard Akindele, a lecturer in the Department of Management and Accounting in the University, who insisted on making love with the final year female student five times before scaling her marks up from the lowly 33% score to a pass level. She pretended to play along so as to get the audio evidence by calling the professor by name to his protestations, and courageously turning the proposal down. Preferring to fail, rather than be graded on bed.


Prof. Richard, who is also a priest in the Anglican Church has since deleted his Facebook account, it was gathered.

The male voice in the audio recording has also been identified by members of the Anglican Diocese of Ife, Osun State who have spoken to journalists on the issue.


Meanwhile the suspected professor’s home has become a beehive of visitors coming to sympathize with his distraught wife ever since the lecturer went into hiding while the authorities have instituted a panel of inquiry to identify the culprit and take necessary disciplinary action. Unofficial sources though say it would not be unusual for Akindele not to be found in his office. He has just come back from his sabbatical leave but still has some accumulated leave to spend.

In the audio recording obtained by The Oasis Reporters, the conversation began with the student asking the lecturer about his previous demand to pass a particular course he lectures so as to scale up and avoid ‘repeat’ the following academic year.

The lecturer was heard saying, “I gave you an opportunity and you missed it, forget about it. You will do it next year. Me that agreed to do something. I know what I meant. If you don’t trust me forget about it. If I wouldn’t do it, why should I give you audience in the first place. If I am not interested in doing it, I won’t give you audience. The other person has come and I told her straight away because there is nothing I can do to bail that person out and her mark is even better than your own. The person scored 39 while your own is 33.”

The lecturer then accused the student of claiming that she was having her period the day he made the sex-for-marks proposition. The girl responded that she was really on her period.

She said, “I was really seeing my period Professor Akindele.”

At this point, the lecturer told her to stop mentioning his name.

He then asked if she was still on her period and she responded that she wasn’t.

Prof Akindele replied by asking her if her boyfriend had had sex with her.

She responded, “Is it every time that someone will be ‘doing’ with the boyfriend?
Is it every time you do it with your wife?” “Yes,” he answered but the girl exclaimed. “It’s a lie,” “Not possible.”

The first known open humiliation of a randy lecturer happened at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma several years ago and it was a video recording with the lecturer caught pants down, being taunted and made mockery of before he was forced to issue bank PHB cheques of varying amounts to the female student in question and the boys who made the recording possible.

However, it is known that quite a few university students have ended up marrying their lecturers legally and decently with the wives leveraging on life on campus to scale up their academic profiles and even ending up as professors in those or other universities while still running the home front.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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