LASU VC suggests whitles-blowing policy on campus to expose randy lecturers

The Vice Chancellor of Lagos State University says the institution has been peaceful for more than a year because of the whistle-blowing policy.

Fagbohun made this suggestion in response to questions about the sex-for-mark saga which involves a lecturer of Obafemi Awolowo University and a yet-to-be-identified student when he was taking journalists round the campus in appreciation of infrastructural development in the school.

Recall that Prof Richard Akindele, a lecturer in the Department of Management and Accounting was allegedly heard in an audio recording demanding a sex romp from the student who scored 33 in his course to increase her grade

The VC said LASU has been able to enjoy relevant peace in the last one year because of the introduction of the policy.

He, however, advised university administrator to encourage students and staff of their institutions to come forward to give relevant information about any bad conduct either among the students, staff or management.


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