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Sex for Marks: Victims released more evidence against OAU lecturer

Obafemi Awolowo University


Sex for Marks: Victims released more evidence against OAU lecturer

Some female ex-students of Obafemi Awolowo University, who claimed to have been victimised by Mr. Olabisi Olaleye, a lecturer recently alleged of victimisation by a student, Motunrayo Afolayan, during the weekend demanded action from the management of the university.

Miss Afolayan, a 400 level student in the Department of International Relations in the Faculty of Administration of the university had accused Olaleye, a lecturer in the department of intimidation because she refused sexual advances from him.

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An anonymous WhatsApp user, who goes by the appellation ‘Ghost’ sent the link to the group to our correspondent Saturday evening, and when our correspondent joined the group named “Coalition of the Willing”, its membership stood at 228 members.

Many contributors to the discussions in the group, however, expressed fear that the matter may be swept under the carpet.

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In some of the earlier messages on the group, screenshots of WhatsApp chats between the embattled lecturer and some students were released by mostly ex female students of the university.

An anonymous member, apparently an ex female student of the university in a comment posted on Friday admitted sleeping with Olaleye several times to avoid carryover.

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Another member of the group, in a screenshot of WhatsApp chats between her and one Mr Bisi, whom the user claimed was the embattled lecturer on August 12, 2019, the lecturer reportedly requested for sex.

OAU’s Public Relations Officer, Abiodun Olanrewaju, when contacted for reaction to the fear of students that justice may not be served in the case, pleaded for time to respond.

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