A University of Lagos lecturer, Boniface Igbeneghu was recently exposed after he was filmed sexually harassing a reporter who posed as a 17-year-old admission seeker.
The documentary carried by BBC Africa Eye was targeted at lecturers in some West African universities who make sexual demands in exchange for marks in West African universities in Nigerians and Ghana.
Now, the release of the video has got many Nigerians talking and some of the reactions Information Nigeria has picked up are worth sharing as they are very provocating as well.
Watch The Video Here:
Meanwhile, see the reactions of Nigerians to this:
I understand that some Ladies are also guilty of offering their Lecturers sex for good grades but I believe this documentary will be a deterrent. If the Students know their lecturers will reject their offers, they won’t dare make an attempt #VoiceOfTheDon #SexForGrades
— ITS DONJAZZY AGAIN😉 (@DONJAZZY) October 7, 2019
Any lecturer exposed in the #SexForGrades documentary should be sacked, arrested and jailed.
— Oloye Akin Alabi (@akinalabi) October 7, 2019
If this had not been recorded, he would have denied all allegations, reported her to the parents, and made sure she failed all courses till she accept his proposal.
— Samuel Bolu 🤹🏽♂️ (@whalakid) October 7, 2019
When in position of authority, it is totally wrong and abusive to demand for sex in exchange for the support that should be freely given.
Why do these predators diguse as lecturers and pastors? #sexforgrades #femalestudents #coldroom
— Nike Adeyemi (@NikeAdeyemi) October 8, 2019
This is how Dr. Boniface decided to fall into BBC’s trap 😂😂😂💔#SexForGrades pic.twitter.com/KsY8J0kpzb
— 𝕵𝖔𝖔𝖏𝖔 🇬🇭 (@iam_joojo_) October 8, 2019